References in classic literature ?
"In school today, I'll learn to read, tomorrow to write, and the day after tomorrow I'll do arithmetic.
"Today I'll follow the pipes, and tomorrow I'll go to school.
"Are you going shooting, then, tomorrow?" she said.
And one day when the shepherd and his wife were standing together before the house the shepherd said, 'I will shoot old Sultan tomorrow morning, for he is of no use now.' But his wife said, 'Pray let the poor faithful creature live; he has served us well a great many years, and we ought to give him a livelihood for the rest of his days.' 'But what can we do with him?' said the shepherd,
"So the three of us, with Zverkov for the fourth, twenty-one roubles, at the Hotel de Paris at five o'clock tomorrow," Simonov, who had been asked to make the arrangements, concluded finally.
"Don't disappoint me tomorrow, Philip, I've been looking forward so much to spending the day with you.
"Whether tomorrow brings victory or defeat, the glory of our Russian arms is secure.
"Well, I suppose we shall read all about it in the papers tomorrow," Crewe remarked.
MY OWN BARBARA ALEXIEVNA,--Today, dearest, I saw Thedora, who informed me that you are to be married tomorrow, and on the following day to go away--for which purpose Bwikov has ordered a post-chaise....
Tomorrow I will see you again, to take my leave." With these words the baron went out.
"I am to be sold at the auction, tomorrow!" said Tom, quietly.
Tomorrow she goes; tonight, with your permission, she would like to sleep at Howards End."