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belonging to, existing, or occurring in times long past

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Why is Pope Francis criticizing the age-old English "Our Father" in an Italian commentary?
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Supreme Leader's top aide for international affairs Ali Akbar Velayati underscored age-old relations between Tehran and Paris, and said the two countries can expand their cooperation in the region.
An illustration of the Sovereign's constant commitment to preserve the historical and civilizational character of this age-old city, recorded in 1981 by UNESCO as World Heritage of Humanity, the programme provides for the rehabilitation of 27 historical monuments including Medersas, Borjs, Foundouks, tanneries, walls and bridges.
Summary: Irina Bokova condemns 'appalling' destruction of Iraq heritage, as jihadists from Islamic State group destroy age-old sites in areas they control.
Foster's use their head over fizz FOSTER'S have solved an age-old gripe of pub goers - the flat pint.
<![CDATA[ In his fascinating, new book, Rabbi Tovia Singer answers the nagging, age-old question, aWhy Donat Jews Believe in Jesus?a]]>
It is high time that the age-old concept of divinity as "someone up there" was discarded in favour of the equally age-old, but largely ignored concept, of an immanent deity ie pervading all things.
In doing so, they often ignored age-old ethnic and religious differences that are stilt at the root of much of the bloodshed in the region.
AS corporate America deals with the dynamics of a changing economic landscape, an age-old truism still exists: Following human resources, real estate represents a company's largest investment.
As worries over lawsuits and injuries to students loom over districts, the age-old game of tag is being banned, or at the very least discouraged, in various districts across the U.S., according to
Also on the bright side I saw entrepreneurial owners and operators moving to take advantage of the new long-term care trends, master the various creatures lurking about, and create new and flourishing businesses in the age-old profession of caring.
Circle dances, an age-old movement form that includes repetitive steps and hand-holding, are often used as a part of a social celebration or ceremony.
Morris, a former teacher, had derided evolution as "an age-old fairy tale" and "a nice bedtime story."
The Enchanted Lake: Classic Irish Fairy Stories by Sinead de Valera is a fun and engaging anthology of age-old Irish folktales and fairy legends.
"In light of increasing regulations like [Sarbanes-Oxley], reduced reporting timeframes and lower materiality thresholds, it is a relief to find OneClose, an application that addresses these new challenges as well as the age-old close issues stemming from manual and disconnected processes," stated Diane Manerchia, Director, Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance, FMC Corp.