agelong


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lasting through all time

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This phenomenon challenges the agelong ability of farmers to predict when to plant their crops.
Its agelong record of consistent simony is appalling.
So we answer to the infernal, agelong and eternal order issued from on high.
The old opposition between cinema as art and as industry, what Peter Besas in Kinder's Refiguring ring Spain has termed "the agelong and perhaps a trifle puerile controversy about whether film should be 'art' or 'commerce'" (247), that once also marked the distance between the majority of academic-oriented cinema analyses and the economic/statistical concerns of empiricist historians and professional film publications no longer applies.
Daedalus escaped punishment from the gods for his hubris, Haldane noted, but he suffered ``the agelong reprobation of a humanity to whom biological inventions are abhorrent.
In 1854, after a decade of literary exchange (and one private debate with the ulema in his own bungalow), one of the leading Muslim respondents, Rahmat Ali (1818-91), invited Pfander to join him in a public debate, or munazara, of which there was an agelong Muslim tradition.