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old-timer

n. an old person; an old man. (Also a term of address.) Ask that old-timer over there if it has always been this bad around here.
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gt;> The 20-year badge: Revert to the camel dung because a lot of these old-timers are stuck in a time warp.
That's why the old-timer had picked this spot, so far from anywhere.
And what about all of the new initiatives that the old-timers may not be able to help with?
The authors know how to write respectfully, but still zestfully, about events that will enthrall YAs and still make old-timers shake their heads.
As we old-timers did in our day, today's students still purchase one early on in their studies.
But does anyone really want to watch these old-timers relive past glories?
Our species, Homo sapiens, has a new pair of ultimate old-timers.
Since I found no Necrology Column, I assume no old-timers have died recently.
It was the two old-timers ( I suppose three, really, if I include me, but I'm the old, old-timer.
You see a lot of embarrassing things when you study pictures and statistics: the way our old-timers shot with two hands, made their moves, and rarely helped out with switches, and double-teams.
In the memory of old-timers, this is the first time a civilian department director has run MTMC for a regular workday.
There are many MTNA old-timers more deserving of recognition than I--folks who have given continuously of their energy, time and talent to national, state and local projects.
The intensity of each day's run and the length of the season are not very predictable, although weather forecasters, old-timers, and university Extension agents claim to know (and seldom are right).
Jones, who found new success with his cover versions album Reload in 1999, is on the short list for best British male in a field which includes other pop old-timers like David Bowie, Sting and Van Morrison.
There were the old-timers of Irish, Italian, and Jewish descent, Puerto Rican and Haitian immigrants, professional writers and editors and lawyers, and many others.