smiles, and says, "Nobody can do a flash flood, Fidel.
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.
If a post does fail early, it is not uncommon to hear an old-timer
forgive it with .
This time we made sure that these old-timers
, who for so long had persevered in their work as contractual employees, are finally rewarded for their services by including them in our roster of permanent employees,' Morente said.
Having noted the debate about Newbies vs Old-timers
in recent days, I can see only one solution: badges.
Buck a Roo" is a great tribute to Johnny Smith and will make old-timers
want to get their bustles out again and the power of Straight hits you as soon as the seconds come in.
I wish Bahrain would get its old tolerance back which old-timers
fondly talk about.
The enduring interest of the old-timers
and the attraction for newer members may be credited to the varied but related events in which we've participated or attended over the years;' says Harriel-Timmons.
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