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the march of time

The steady, unstoppable advancement of time. Some people despair at the march of time, as they see themselves aging in the mirror, but I relish growing older and seeing the world change.
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Which things, aided by the march of time, had turned George's tastes towards the healthy, open-air girl, who did things instead of dropping them.
It was rumoured that San Giovanni Rotondo (the town where Padre Pio spent most of his life) would become a ghost town after his death, that its pilgrims would vanish, that it would be all but forgotten with the march of time.
It's the march of time, but I will do all in my power to help while I'm still around.
Regent's Park (Ray Bostock/Ron Hyett), who cost his trainer only 280gns, is backed from 5-1 to 7-2 before getting the better of March of Time in the three-mile hurdle at Huntingdon.
NOTHING illustrates better how the subtle march of time has affected the four-day Doncaster St Leger meeting than the split of male and female racegoers assembled on Town Moor.
Let's faceit, we'dall love to stop the march of time,but few of us are willing to put our lives at risk to do so,and nonsurgery options don't seem to hold much hope.
And now they have added 232 yards to it in order to fend off the march of time and modern technology.
PHIL JAGIELKA is backing long-serving Everton team-mate Sylvain Distin to defy the march of time after coming back in from the cold.
THAT they're Hollywood royalty is not in doubt, but even film deities can't escape the inexorable march of time.
It would be difficult to say precisely why Strba has chosen the image of the sleeper to document the march of time and the development of her children.
Veteran Iain Durrant was the most outstanding player for Kilmarnock - his composure and vision remain undiminished by the march of time.
Grierson established partnerships with Famous Players theatres in Canada and March of Time in the U.
But now, at the age of 44, Coleen Nolan has accepted that there is no way to halt the march of time, and has decided to mature like wine rather than cheese.
In 1951, Kubrick's friend Alex Singer persuaded him to start making short documentaries for the March of Time, a provider of newsreels to movie theatres.
It's bad enough that the decision to switch to Radio 2 is an indication of the inexorable march of time, but I REALLY hated ELO when I was at school, and I still do.