traditionally

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That part of the room was traditionally called 'Tom's Corner.'

Note: This universally known fable is traditionally narrated.

All the ladies had wanted a piece of the breast, traditionally the ladies' portion.

Many of the figures are traditionally supposed to be portraits.

It was the hour before dawn, traditionally the worst for man.

The stories open, as a rule, with some traditionally accepted gambit.

Traditionally, this, is one of the most interesting points in Peru.

It has been said that the Pont-Neuf is traditionally famous for its solidity.

His judgment and vigour, as a leader, are traditionally well known.

Let us say that English freedom legally and traditionally has its basis in property.

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