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“It was an aged norn male, his once-proud figure stooped a bit, his head bald, his eyes enfolded in rings.”
“I wondered what would happen to those 6,000 of us still there, the remnant of the 39,000 Jews who had formed this once-proud community -- that is, until the rioting sent people packing, many headed for the newly established State of Israel.”
“After quite a run at Stanford, Harbaugh will head some 10 miles along the 101 freeway from Stanford to turn around a once-proud franchise that is desperate to become a contender again right away.”
“It is significant that this was happening in Detroit, the once-proud capital of industrialization via the automobile.”
“Their once-proud ground game ranked just 19th in the NFL last season; more importantly, they weren't able to run when they wanted or needed to, such as in short yardage, red zone or to try to hold fourth-quarter leads.”
“That was unacceptable to Bowlen, who reached out to a man half his age to resurrect a once-proud franchise that is still looking for a general manager.”
“The once-proud Republican party is becoming a mind-control organization where all members must toe the party line regardless if this is what they agree with or if this is in the best interests of their constituants back home.”
“What has happened to the once-proud Republican Party?”
“When mouse-clicking fingers replaced album-flipping thumbs as music consumers' digit of choice, New York City lost almost all of its once-proud record-shop subculture.”
“DePaul has hired Clemson's Oliver Purnell as its coach, hoping he can revive a once-proud program that has struggled in recent years.”
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