Why should China, an old-fashioned
empire made up of hundreds of different ethnic groupings, be any different?
In chilly months, warm up with a HOT TODDY: Place one ounce of bourbon, one teaspoon of sugar, two cloves and one slice of lemon in an Old-Fashioned
glass with a silver spoon (to absorb the heat) and fill with boiling water; add a small piece of cinnamon.
Maturity, 1986, shows an old-fashioned
adding machine which has been uselessly furnished with a ridiculously narrow spool of paper: impotency.
, with a few members of One Direction running around.
I hope it works for all of them as well as it has for you, although I'm also told that old-fashioned
mothballs are not that easy to get hold of these days.
For the most part, though, ``Open Range'' works, and anyone with a hankering for an old-fashioned
Western (and here's hoping that's a big crowd) will come away with their thirst slaked.
If the role-reversal between the United States and Japan has more to do with old-fashioned
macro-economics than with the inexorable new logic of globalization, maybe the rules of the game haven't changed as much as Friedman thinks--and maybe, also, America's winning streak is not forever.
Rethinking "text" and "author" vis-a-vis "postmodern nihilism" (specifically Barthes and Foucault), Skura deploys "an old-fashioned
argument to justify maintaining an old-fashioned
Shakespeare alongside the new ways of seeing his social context" (182), and concludes by showing how Shakespeare's preoccupation with hunting (a mark of social class) suggests that "actor and audience are the hunter and hunted" (181).
The spirits in an OLD-FASHIONED
can be bourbon, rum, gin or whiskey.
Lime's experts tried an old-fashioned
water wash: a "gentle rain" soaking and softening the grime over a 24-hour period, followed by a medium-pressure hosing.
That is the old-fashioned
way of doing it and if Stephen is an old-fashioned
player, I'll take them any day.
They did it the old-fashioned
way - they earned it.
Thus, if anything, Zagorin is more old-fashioned
than Bush - let alone Barker or Hill.