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  • The past is exactly that, the past, and the now, is starting to dissolve its remnants into shadows of days gone-by.

    Music Festival

  • The past is exactly that, the past, and the now, is starting to dissolve its remnants into shadows of days gone-by.

    Music Festival

  • The past is exactly that, the past, and the now, is starting to dissolve its remnants into shadows of days gone-by.

    Music Festival

  • The duke's condescension and kindness to my mother was very great, he learned her real character, and called on her at her own cottage, and freely talked of gone-by times, (her father was an old tenant to the duke.)

    Letter 413

  • In that sense, you remind me a bit of Don Quichote, whose world view was also informed by narratives of times gone-by, resulting in his infamous dealings with giants and monsters, which, in reality, were nothing but wind mills and water drains, symbols of a new stage in history, which he could not yet comprehend.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Today, on World AIDS Day, I wonder what Ron, Michael, Cecil, Charles, Gigi, Larry, and so many other Chicago AIDS activists gone-by would say of the incoming Obama Administration.

    Mark Ishaug: High Hopes Await Obama in HIV/AIDS Fight

  • And by so doing, the year gone-by offers us reason to engage in some deeper soul-searching, guidance in advancing our personal growth and development, and a platform for planning a positive future.

    Alex Pattakos: Good-Bye 2009: Reflecting On Meaningful Values And Goals

  • In that sense, you remind me a bit of Don Quichote, whose world view was also informed by narratives of times gone-by, resulting in his infamous dealings with giants and monsters, which, in reality, were nothing but wind mills and water drains, symbols of a new stage in history, which he could not yet comprehend.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • I cannot live without songs; they ... reveal everything more and more clearly, oh, how clearly, gone-by life and gone-by men ....

    Taras Bulba

  • And here Mrs. Bretton broke in with many, many questions about past times; and for her satisfaction I had to recur to gone-by troubles, to explain causes of seeming estrangement, to touch on single-handed conflict with Life, with Death, with Grief, with

    Villette

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