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Since then, he has restored the Symphony to its old-time glory.
“Search my trunk, pardner,” she said with her old-time impish grin.
'ME-SMITH'CAROLINE LOCKHART
We cooked meat in a old-time pot over the fireplace or on a forked stick.
And they were without honor and respect, jeering the old-time customs and laughing in the faces of chief and shamans.
We rode up and were presently shaking hands with our old-time ally, the Catawba.
It was like his old-time thoughtfulness and gentleness, when he was her own blithe, merry schoolboy, she thought.
CULM ROCKGLANCE GAYLORD
The old-time fear of Lee's superior ability that was rife among the officers of the Army of the Potomac had entirely disappeared.
These old-time stages remind me again of the few varieties of vehicles then in use.
They are eagerly sought for by glass and china collectors, and are among the prettiest and most interesting of old-time relics.
The road was enclosed by an old-time staked and ridered fence, of the "worm" pattern.

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