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past events to be put aside

well in the past

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Now a bygone time reminder of our wondrous yesterdays.
Genuine bygone sash windows are designed and manufactured to the highest standards and specification, yet their first requirement is to blend into their surroundings.
But down the line time will provoke Folk to view our ways as one big joke As fashions date they become old hat Then the young set think they're 'Where it's at' They'll sure believe, (as we earlier folk,) Our bygone ways are a music hall joke Each age group flaunts new styles with passion It's a pity that war never went out of fashion Bill Backshall, Lydiate
The knights, who put on jousting tournaments, actionpacked shows and displays, have inspired Noreen's paintings from a bygone age.
A landscaped circular drive with porte-cochere, a double-height lobby and an elegant concierge desk will revive a bygone lifestyle of elegance in a strikingly contemporary environment.
Calling themselves "urban explorers," these people, mostly young but available in all ages, like to enter society's bygone buildings to take pictures, wander around, and more ominously, vandalize or even set off explosives at the sites.
Lee's novel is beautifully written, a paean to a bygone era.
Pepys' classic has lasted centuries because it records in vivid descriptions the bygone world of 17th-century London life: this vivid written word in turn translates well into audio and brings a rich history to life.
Fans of not just modern baseball but baseball history from bygone times will welcome OLD-TIME BASEBALL: AMERICA'S PASTIME IN THE GILDED AGE: it captures the heyday of early baseball, from its invention in 1842 by the descendant of a British sea captain to the first games played on a vacant lot in Madison in New York.
Jewish religion, holidays, and the experiences of five sisters growing up in New York City bring back the simplicity and closeness of a bygone world.
Many of the rural scenes he's captured are gone, so PICTURE TAKER celebrates more than Elkins: it captures a bygone world and provides many portraits of rural folk and regions which have changed.
Fashion, Retailing and a Bygone Era: Inside Women's Wear Daily is a look back upon the past fifty years of the women's fashion industry, as detailed by seven former editors of the Women's Wear Daily newspaper.
As Catholic schools across the nation gear up for yet another academic year, Bible history classes taught by pastors using Bishop Gilmour's tome are but memories of a bygone era.
Jude's holds many artifacts, some of which can no longer be found in the Arctic, like the hymn boards made in the shape of snow shovels, sled-shaped communion rails and pulpit with lectern, all reminders of a bygone era when missionaries traveled by sled dog teams.