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To come up with an experimental platform that might provide some answers, Irvine drew on one of his hobbies.

It’s not the hobby, it’s the people who do the hobby who make the tribe.

When asked about her hobbies outside of politics, she immediately mentions spending time with her kids, although she laughs uproariously while adding that “it’s sometimes hard to make time, which makes me probably like every other mom ever.”

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Since coronavirus upended consumer behavior — people’s life, hobbies, what they care about, who they are with, is all in flux — advertisers are groping for information on new and existing audiences.

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My other hobby is that in the spring of 2019 I got into weightlifting, which is not a sentence that I ever expected myself to say.

Also, the next Hobby Lobbys, female Kurdish fighters and more.

While the Hobby Lobby decision may have lost its cultural appeal, it still carries weight in the federal court system.

They are for corporations like Hobby Lobby, and vast hospital networks, and, yes, adoption agencies.

The remote controlled flying craft has gone from covert military ops to a communal backyard hobby.

If you really think about it, is this not just some grand hobby?

A strenuous worker, Mr. Johnstone, like most men who have no hobby, did not long survive his retirement from active business life.

The old fellow used to frequent the Quarter in summer, years ago—it was his hobby.

Hobby horses gaily prancing, Bats and Bowls and Maypole dancing.

"The Army's rotten for want of service," grumbled Williams, following out his own pet hobby.

Spiders at present are his hobby, and the note-book is filling up with columns of small figures.


On this page you'll find 59 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hobby, such as: amusement, art, avocation, craft, diversion, and fad.

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