long-time


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long-time

[ˈlaŋˈtəɪm] ADJ [friend] → viejo, de muchos años; [partner] → de muchos años

long-time

[ˈlɒŋˌtaɪm] adj (friend) → di vecchia data
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FLOOD, Wilma, a long-time member of Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Church, passed away on Feb.
The former Bundesbank vice president is a highly respected, long-time player in the international arena, but most observers had expected the economics department to be divided among various board members.
Lafrance retired in May as a dermatologist, was a member of the board of directors for Canadian Physicians for Life, and a long-time member of the Ottawa-based pro-life educational organization, Action Life.
A long-time friend of AMERICAN FORESTS, Oldar served with CDF for 30 years.
Long-time contributor and associate editor Tom McSorley writes about the deeply personal films of Peter Mettler, and The Globe and Mail's Gary Michael Dault writes on the films of Robert Lepage.
Accordingly, I invite any and all long-time members to share their memories of TEI's early days.
Filling the [running] shoes of long-time AMAA President Noel Nequin is somewhat daunting," adds Schulman, "but I'm delighted to be given this opportunity and look forward to serving our members.
In recognition of his long-time service to FEI, 40-year member F.
A long-time MTNA member, Marjorie was an active piano teacher in western Kansas for more than thirty years.
It reflects the Levin commitment to leadership continuity and dedication to the many long-time, talented team members who have upheld the values on which the company was founded.
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