“Strayhorn 1915-1967 is usually classified as a Johnny-come-lately to the swing era, but generationally as well as musically speaking, his works are as well suited to beboppers and modernists as they are to big band and swing players.”
““I think I’m what you’d call a Johnny-come-lately racing freak.””
“His missus is Miss Johnny-come-lately around here.”
“And he’s a Johnny-come-lately compared to Russia’s national security chief Nikolai Patrushev, who only recently warned the Israelis not to push the U.S. to attack Iran.”
“He wants to distinguish Johnny-come-lately inventions from GIs that do have the weight of history behind them, even if the history is one of change over time.”
“Already an undercurrent was bubbling up that the team had become arrogant, drawing Johnny-come-lately fans who wear pink Sox caps and don't care that much whether or not the team loses.”
“Rowe isn't a Johnny-come-lately to the climate debate," says Howard Learner, executive director of the advocacy Environmental Law & Policy Center.”
“Yet, I have enjoyed interacting with those whose views on education I do not share, largely from the Johnny-come-lately reform elite that's been so busy in recent months.”
“Yahweh is a Johnny-come-lately among the ancient gods.”
“The airwaves belong to the right-wing noise machine, so he will probably get lost in the din, being the Johnny-come-lately that he is.”
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