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“I prefer reading new books, obviously, but once in a while an nice oldy is good.”
“It's an oldy, but check out my Photo's section for a cartoon chuckle | Field & Stream”
“Still, as part of the countdown to an increased reliance on Governmentium to fuel our inertia, I thought it meet to reprise this oldy but goody ....”
“It's an oldy, but check out my Photo's section for a cartoon chuckle”
“Seriously though, maybe he thought he was being uber-charming and oldy-worldy, which some people eat up.”
“The master, Richard Freeman himself, in this oldy goody classic:”
“I remembered an oldy but goody Alta Vista and found it was still there.”
“Thoughts from Botswana: Are you an oldy looking to write sci-fi?”
“It runs the Symbian S60 OS – an oldy but goody with a lot of software written for it.”
“Enamored of all things “oldy-woldy,” as Mr. Jones says, the couple began restoring the estate while tracking down the sons, grandsons, grandnieces and nephews of the original builders, Messrs. Benton and Miller.”
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