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Divorce was illegal in Chile up until 2005 or so.
– Hector Tobar
It wasn’t until school that we realised that we were abnormal.
– Gilbert Hernandez
I did not read newspapers until I became a reporter.
– Janine di Giovanni
I’m a baritone. Baritones don’t mature until late.
– Joe Bastianich
I didn’t serve and volley until I got to Wimbledon in ’77.
– John McEnroe
No phenomenon is a real phenomenon until it is an observed phenomenon.
– John Archibald Wheeler
I didn’t have a computer until I was 19 – but I did have an abacus.
– Jan Koum
I want to run until I can’t run.
– Bill Rodgers
Until I went to rehab, I didn’t understand what it did.
– Aaron Neville
I came out to L.A. in ’78 to be a musician. I didn’t get into comedy until the mid-Eighties.
– Andy Kindler
I didn’t read at all until I was 12. I just couldn’t. It was too frustrating.
– Ahmet Zappa
We abstained from having sex until we got married.
– Ali Landry
I don’t get to watch Futurama, until it’s on TV.
– Billy West
Anabolic steroids were not banned until after the 72 Olympics.
– Bill Toomey
I had this terrible stammer, so I couldn’t really speak properly until I was 16 or 17.
– Carly Simon
I’ll keep doing it until I die or the audiences die.
– Mark Russell
A game is not won until it is lost.
– David Pleat
I was really bad until I was 18.
– Elizabeth Reaser
I didn’t have a cup of coffee until I was 27.
– Elizabeth Hurley
I was never for Richard Nixon until Watergate.
– M. Stanton Evans
Nothing is improbable until it moves into past tense.
– George Ade
I never knew motherhood could be so truly gratifying until I had Natasha.
– Natalie Wood
I didn’t even start college until I was 21.
– Gayle Forman
I continued to serve in Congress until 2001.
– David Minge
Actually, I didn’t start sweating until I had children.
– Dave Grohl
I wasn’t really comfortable reading until I was 12.
– Paloma Faith
I stayed in the Navy until July of 1946.
– Daniel J. Evans
Until we are all free, we are none of us free.
– Emma Lazarus
I left for Petersburg in August, 1871 and stayed there until 1879.
– Carl Spitteler
I was born in Messina, Sicily. I stayed there until I was 18 and finished my studies.
– Maria Grazia Cucinotta