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Random information on the term “After __”:

“After” is a song written by the English composer Edward Elgar in 1895, as his Op. 31, No. 1, with the words from a poem by Philip Bourke Marston.

The manuscript is dated 21 June 1895.

The song was first performed by the Irish baritone Harry Plunket Greene in St. James’s Hall on 2 March 1900, together with A Song of Flight, Op. 31, No. 2.

A little time for laughter,  A little time to sing,  A little time to kiss and cling,And no more kissing after.A little while for scheming  Love’s unperfected schemes;  A little time for golden dreams,Then no more any dreaming.A little while ’twas given  To me to have thy love;  Now, like a ghost, alone I moveAbout a ruined heaven.A little time for speaking  Things sweet to say and hear;  A time to seek, and find thee near,Then no more any seeking.A little time for saying  Words the heart breaks to say;  A short, sharp time wherein to pray,Then no more need for praying;But long, long years to weep in,  And comprehend the whole  Great grief, that desolates the soul,And eternity to sleep in.

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Random information on the term “ALL”:

Allar (also known as Chatan) is an unclassified Dravidian language spoken in Kerala (Malappuram district-Perinthalmanna tahsil, Manjeri tahsil, Mannarmala, Aminikadu, and Tazhecode; Palakkad district-Mannarkkad and Ottappalam tahsils), India. Due to a lack of scholarly study, Allar cannot be classified within Dravidian at this time and may be a dialect of some other Dravidian language.

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