days gone by

days gone by

A time that has passed. A bygone era. I might be a successful businessman now, but in days gone by, I was a slacker college student just like you!
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The days of prudery and prejudice are days gone by. Excessive amiability and excessive liberality are the two favorite assumptions of the modern generation.
Before her pencil he sat rigid and unflinching, as he had faced the cannon's mouth in days gone by. He resented the intrusion of the children, who gaped with wondering eyes at him, sitting so stiff up there in their mother's bright atelier.
At the most they sing to audience of their age group who relish to revive fond memories of days gone by. In the subcontinent singers like Noor Jahan , Amanat, Medhi Hassan or Rafi and Lata Mangeshkar were rare phenomenon whom Almighty Allah blessed with rare golden voices and many of them could adept and appeal to fans of all ages.
Photo exhibition and displays of RAF Penrhos in days gone by, plus a collection of vintage/classic cars, tractors and machinery.
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Pawnee Steam School will be hosted by the Days Gone By Show and the Tennessee Historic Steam and Gas Assn.
(I think of you every day, thoughts that will not go away, I think of love and laughter near, I think of one who was so dear, I think of childish days gone by, tears of laughter we would cry, all that now for me is gone, I've lost the one I called my Mum, love and miss you forever Mum.) - Daughter Ann and son in law Bill.
We need to rediscover the graces of days gone by and learn how to be considerate and thoughtful to others--an art that most of us have lost.
What do you miss from days gone by? Write to Back In Time, Sunday Mercury, Weaman Street, Birmingham B4 6AY, or e-mail sundaymercury@mrn.co.uk.
But at least in days gone by the only proof of drunken misbehaviour was likely to have been a smudgy photocopier print of various parts of the human anatomy.
Those that come from days gone by most certainly stand the test of time, however, and resonate well.
Undoubtedly, A time Before Crackwill stir fun-filled memories of days gone by. With the benefit of hind sight, one might experience sadness flipping through Shabazz's photos while pondering how many of those smiling teens escaped the unanticipated storm.
In days gone by, the plastic bags had a cellophane window.
This event was created to try and recapture some of the lost magic of Glastonbury in days gone by. Set in the Devon countryside, it aims to keep clear of the commerciality of big events and provide a more relaxed atmosphere.
Adams hankered after past glory days, peppering his performances of hits such as Summer of '69, (Everything I Do) I Do It For You and Run To You with tales of days gone by.