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  • How did a toy without lasers, sound effects, or anything battery operated become such a long-loved classic?

    Pandora Young: Steal This Look: Peaches n' Cream Barbie

  • I have the 845s, which are the successor to the long-loved 844s.

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • To ret-con Bloomesday into being the 2nd Kryptonian hopping an intergalactic shuttle to Earth, the episode opens with clips from the series premiere, wherein long-loved and –lost Mama and Papa Kent meet their son following the first meteor strike.

    Smallville: Eternal - Pink Raygun.com

  • It capitalizes on our knowledge of long-loved characters, while making meaningful contributions to their mythologies.

    This Is Not Your Father’s Star Trek - Reflections On The Series And On JJ Abrams’ New Film | /Film

  • I absorb what I read like a sponge, especially when it intersects with some already long-loved interest of mine — like the application of critical - ism theory to gaming.

    8 random things about me « Love | Peace | Ohana

  • I became confessor to a sisterhood, and amongst that sisterhood I found the long-loved — the long-lost.

    The Talisman

  • To know that his long-loved and still-beloved Edith, whose image had filled his mind for so many years, was on the point of marriage to his early rival, who had laid claim to her heart by so many services as hardly left her a title to refuse his addresses, bitter as the intelligence was, yet came not as an unexpected blow.

    Old Mortality

  • Valancourt and herself preferred the pleasant and long-loved shades of La Vallee to the magnificence of Epourville, they continued to reside there, passing, however, a few months in the year at the birth-place of St. Aubert, in tender respect to his memory.

    The Mysteries of Udolpho

  • Turning to ask the Beast what it could all mean, Beauty found that he had disappeared, and in his place stood her long-loved

    The Blue Fairy Book

  • These people were not mere arrivals from the same family, to be welcomed as understood and long-loved but strangers to the neighborhood, with whom a long process of settling down had to take place.

    Trans-national America

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