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His concept—a simple binding system for both feet—went on to legitimize the now popular pastime.
As the debates among experts continue, many older people who are being vaccinated welcome the possibility of returning to favorite pastimes, hugging a loved one and taking better care of themselves.
While gaming may seem like a mere pastime for the wounded, it’s actually considered constructive therapy.
As it turns out, there’s a unique term, from the Dutch, for this sort of pastime.
It was this last pastime that primed him to come up with an idea for producing water vortices.
Everyone with whom he came in contact regarded music merely as a pastime, without serious significance in life.
The young lawyer was abruptly interrupted in his pastime of ejecting Scattergood forcibly.
SCATTERGOOD BAINESCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND
Stanley Hall also went for pastime, and Billy Towler slid into the boat like an eel, without leave, just as it pushed off.
The pastime consisted of riding on horseback and aiming a lance at one of the holes in the broad end of the crossbar.
He was with me in the first Asturian campaign—a fellow who has a fortune, and loves doctoring as a pastime.

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