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(old) stomping ground

A favorite place where one used to frequent; a location where one used to spend a lot of time. It's been a long time since I've been back to the stomping ground by the lake! After the reunion, everyone from the old gang of friends went to our old stomping ground with some cans of beer, just like we used to do back in high school.
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Stomping Grounds is vacuum-sealed in a Tetra-Pak box and can be easily and conveniently stored at room temperature until it is ready to be served, either hot or cold.
Sean Ryan, former Nestle executive and the marketing strategist behind Oregon Chai's success, has created a new premium coffee product: Stomping Grounds liquid espresso-to-latte concentrate.
There will be also be plenty for Battle to prove when the Northern California native returns to her old stomping grounds.
Bariloche also serves as an entry point to the renowned Patagonia region, once the stomping grounds of adventurers, gauchos, Indians and Butch Cassidy.
The writer and director of ``House of D'' - which tenderly re-creates Duchovny's Greenwich Village stomping grounds of the 1970s - considers for a moment.
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Now, inevitably, Lebowski Fest is heading west, to The Dude's stomping grounds.
Dibbini, the coach of both the men's and women's programs, decided to use his old stomping grounds as a recruiting resource and is bringing in at least 12 players from the Antelope Valley area next year.
While their run at the national charts -- led by the enduring hit "Jackie Blue" -- was relatively brief, the Ozark Mountain Daredevils continue to perform today, still a legend in their original heartland stomping grounds.
What began five years ago as a house with simple lights and tombstones has now become the stomping grounds of howling ghouls, floating ghosts, swinging chandeliers, moving gravestones and coffins, and various other hologram effects - with a scary soundtrack to boot.
He also made history with the first comedy performance at the Metropolitan Opera House, returning to his old street performing stomping grounds -- this time inside.
But he didn't, much to his private regret, and for many seasons experienced nothing but frustration in Oakland, not even qualifying for the playoffs during the Raiders' first five years back in their old stomping grounds.
The 39-year-old Gaughn, who will be relocating to Southern California with his wife and two children, welcomes the opportunity and challenges that await him when he returns to his old stomping grounds.
One day, while hiking in her old stomping grounds, Lila and Nathan encounter a feral man (Rhys Ifans) who was raised in the trees from infancy by a father who thought he was an ape.