long-time

[ lawng-tahym, long- ]SEE DEFINITION OF long-time

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But they have not always gone at their work from the long-time point of view.

“We find our long-time principles echoed,” declared the Nation.

He had not seen her again, he would not see her again, for a long-time at least.

There I sat for a long-time, lone and solitary, staring at the fire in the grate.

Her mention of long-time friendship for "'Thea" gave something to inquire about.

He even suggests a multiple standard for long-time contracts.

He knew also about commissions, rebates, long-time contracts, and so forth.

He looked directly into his long-time friend's eyes, and they smiled.

In the course of their association there arose a friction and the long-time friendship disappeared.

The rate of interest on long-time investments in a certain isolated community has been six per cent.

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