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Booze writers who’ve been around a while may pine for yesteryear, when at least the holidays were real, by which I mean they were occasions that could be found on calendars during which festive drinking might organically occur.
One of the NFL’s foremost historians, Joe Horrigan, is careful not to discount the quarterbacks of yesteryear despite the greater emphasis on the position today.
“The SPACs of yesteryear are nothing like the SPACs that are listing today,” Cunningham said Wednesday during the virtual Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit.
Forgotten were the nine cubs of the year before, and the quartettes and sextettes of many a yesteryear.
WILD FOLKSAMUEL SCOVILLE
They belong rather more to the sort of music that has no more relation with yesteryear than it has with this or next.
MUSICAL PORTRAITSPAUL ROSENFELD
The joke of yesteryear already shows frays upon its sleeves.
In that moment books and plays seemed like the snows of yesteryear.
MAY IVERSON'S CAREERELIZABETH JORDAN
Oh, well, all flesh is grass, and there is no grass of yesteryear.
Like the lovers of yesteryear, those of to-day were prisoners.
THE GOLDEN TRIANGLEMAURICE LEBLANC
I read somewhere a ballade asking—where are the "best sellers" of yesteryear?

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