1. He was already asleep in the bed, which smelled faintly of mildew.
2. The material consisted only of already published, unclassified information.
3. The country's politicians are already heaving a collective sigh of relief.
4. The scientists have already experimented at each other's test sites.
5. He is already getting in trim for the big day.
6. Already, both sides are jockeying to belittle the other side.
7. Two out of every three Britons already own a video recorder.
8. Food production has already fallen behind the population growth.
9. The American edition of "Cloud Street" is already in its third printing.
10. The caterers were already laying out the tables for lunch.
11. The grand design of Europe's monetary union is already agreed.
12. The knee's coming on fine, I'm walking comfortably already.
13. His proposals have already been rebuffed by the Prime Minister.
14. Their own lives already seemed to possess the symmetries of narrative art.
15. The manuscript had already been sent off to the printers.
1. "Have they been to visit you yet?" — "Just the once, yeah."
2. The worst of the storm is yet to come.
3. Life has not yet returned to normal but we are getting there.
4. Like the best stories, this one may yet have a happy end.
5. It was not yet clear how the rudder had sheared off.
6. Ministers are using delaying tactics to postpone the report yet again.
7. It is a part of Britain as yet largely unaccustomed to tourists.
8. Yet it is feared the Republican leadership could split over the agreement.
9. She has yet to spend a Christmas with her husband.
10. He has not yet been let in on the bad news.
11. Yet now he was here, in extremis, to seek an alliance.
12. This is a smart, yet soft and feminine look.
13. It was yet another case where the human eye outperformed radar.
14. They now have yet another drug problem on their hands.
15. He had asked around and learned that Billy was not yet here.