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If hitchhiking stirs your nostalgia, it is probably date-stamped with Sanderson’s era.
To be fair, that “West Wing” episode wasn’t just the whipped topping of liberal nostalgia but the floor-wax of a fundraising effort, as are many of the most memorable cultural products that have come out this season.
Instant Pot spaghetti delivers a saucy dose of nostalgia, with little hands-on effort
Researchers know that reminiscing or having nostalgia about drinking or smoking is one of the major risk factors for relapse.
Bankable nostalgiaFord isn’t afraid to look to the past and trade on nostalgia—take the Ford GT and its entire Mustang line for evidence.
Recently, I located some rice cakes in the aisles of my own grocery store to indulge the strange nostalgia that I had for a food that’s sometimes compared to dry cardboard.
During a crisis, it’s natural to look at the past with nostalgia and focus on the short term.
He almost felt the old sense of imprisonment, of aching nostalgia, of having lost his liberty.
His trapped feeling increased, and nostalgia began to bore into him.
THE PLANET STRAPPERSRAYMOND ZINKE GALLUN
And so a great nostalgia had come over Shane Campbell on this voyage for the Syrian port and the wife he had married there.
THE WIND BLOWETHBRIAN OSWALD DONN-BYRNE

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