from first to last

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In that patient manner he submitted to her infirmities of temper from first to last.
The influence that you have had over me has been from first to last an influence for good.
We had one tournament which was continued from day to day during more than a week, and as many as five hundred knights took part in it, from first to last.
They had gone -- with the warmest testimonies of affection, with farewell embraces fervently reiterated again and again -- but without dropping one word, from first to last, of the nature of their errand.