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  • The main part of the ritual involved our sailing over the sea to the island of the ever-young to meet the dead.

    Why I Love Samhain

  • And the first group of ever-young boomers is starting to look a little bit (whisper this) ... old.

    Making Money Last For Life

  • "With you, dear young people, I will continue to maintain a dialogue, listening to your expectations in an attempt to help you meet ever more profoundly the living, ever-young Christ," Benedict said. - New pontiff stresses unity, youth, dialogue

  • Over the years from 1948 to 1983, she stays seemingly ever-young although a well-handled scene shows her dyeing her hair and takes up with a series of lovers who represent phases of Shanghai history and Chinese identity.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • Her desires, her sorrows, the experience of pleasure, and her ever-young illusions, that had, as soil and rain and winds and the sun make flowers grow, gradually developed her, and she at length blossomed forth in all the plenitude of her nature.

    Madame Bovary

  • KING: We'll be back with our remaining moments with the brilliant, energetic, ever-young Stan Lee right after this.

    CNN Transcript - Larry King Live Weekend: Stan Lee Takes Superheroes Online; Is the United States Criminal Justice System Broken? - July 8, 2000

  • Because we have such faith in the charms of California; because we have such faith in the future of our city that we believe that once strangers come here they will remain in it, as of old the hero remained in the land of the ever-young; because we believe that this state can support ten, aye, twenty times its present population, we extend an invitation to all home-seekers, no matter where found.

    The California Birthday Book

  • Generations came and went, fashions came in and went out, but the old, yet ever-young apple tree lifted its golden branches to the sky, serene and unchanged.

    The Golden Apple Tree

  • As the troupe returns from castle to cairn Maeve's spirit passes with it under the Northern lights into the land of the ever-young of Tir-nan-Ogue.

    Irish Plays and Playwrights

  • Thus the sun is not only bright and warm in the same way as he is round, but by the same right he is also happy, arrogant, ever-young, and all-seeing; for a suggestion of these tertiary qualities runs through us when we look at him, just as immediately as do his warmth and light.

    The Life of Reason


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