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I garnered a great deal of material, had a most nostalgic time in parts of the west most familiar to me and saw much I had never seen before.
They’re often made of wood, metal, or glass, or feature interesting themes and tie-ins, nostalgic designs, or fun and useful gimmicks that set them apart from the run-of-the-mill cardboard versions most people have in their closets.
CLASSIC BOARD GAMES THAT MAKE GREAT GIFTSPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMSEPTEMBER 30, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
The Tongass offers both the fulfillment of a trip of a lifetime and a nostalgic experience of what America once was.
The nostalgic scientific independence Gottlieb and McClellan cherished is at risk and must be fortified.
Maybe times like these, when the world feels like it’s falling apart and there’s no end in sight to a literal pandemic, are when we should be leaning in to the idea of nostalgic comfort foods.
One thing only he saw which struck a note of the nostalgic and brought a catch to his throat.
THE CODE OF THE MOUNTAINSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
But the Earth shone forth, a half-globe of seas and clouds and continents, vast and nostalgic in the sky.
OPERATION: OUTER SPACEWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
All this weirdness had a violent effect on Ned Vince—a sudden, nostalgic panic.
THE ETERNAL WALLRAYMOND ZINKE GALLUN
From Java's seething millions were the nostalgic three ever missed?
TROPIC DAYSE. J. BANFIELD
The stereo was playing something soft and nostalgic as Kennon sank into the chair Alexander had vacated.
THE LANI PEOPLEJ. F. BONE

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