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“This compares with what the non-profit world sees now as an onerous cost -- more than $2.00 per newly-acquired supporter -- whenever the old-fangled medium of email is used.”
“The new-fangled deli has a smooth, form-and-function gloss, I suppose, but they lack the romance and magic of the crammed, cramped, crepuscular old-fangled delicatessen.”
“Entertainment Weekly hasn't posted the full list on its Web site because they want readers to do this old-fangled thing called subscribing or buying a copy off the -- What's that weird thing called again?”
“The main reason Tibet is so undeveloped and un-Chinese—and so thoroughly old-fangled and pleasant—is that it is the one great place in China that the railway has not reached.”
“Householders had to fall back on old-fangled amusements.”
“I remember our discussions, our back-and-forthing, our joy, excitement and, oddly, her exquisite tablecloths, hand-stitched, old-fangled, incredibly poignant, reminding me of my own elegant and informally formal yet touchingly correct mother.”
“The future of journalism is not about some single new-fangled product and company taking over from the old-fangled and monopolistic predecessor.”
“Gotta admit the first comment in the string about Feingold and the cult got my drawers in a tangle too, on first read. but then, revelation - why, this sounds almost like that old-fangled irony they used to talk about in literature class - the kind that used to run off of hand-cranks and civil liberties!”
“While riding the bus, I should add, I wasn't only appreciating the old-fangled cord.”
“They embodied the "old-fangled and monopolistic" organizations that Jarvis today decries.”
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