(two or three stories,) wide, neat, and free from any quaintness of architectural ornamentation; locust trees bordering the sidewalks (they call them acacias;) a stirring, business-look about the streets and the stores; fast walkers; a familiar new look about the houses and every thing; yea, and a driving and smothering cloud of dust that was so like a message from our own dear native land that we could hardly refrain from shedding a few grateful tears and execrations in the old time-honored
"I am told my lord, you have rich possessions in your own country and that you live in a splendid and time-honored
I felt the structure of our time-honored
militaristic arguments crumbling about me.
She was probably the very last person in town who still kept the time-honored
spinning-wheel in constant revolution.
No Puseyite, or conservative of any school, was ever more inflexibly attached to time-honored
inconveniences than Dinah.
The result of this was that Newman found it impossible to convince him of certain time-honored
I say, the most ungentlemanly trick a man can be guilty of is to come among the members of his profession with innovations which are a libel on their time-honored
Here you can enjoy one-act classical performances, such as Petipa's late choreographic masterpiece, Harlequinade, and Fokine's Les Sylphides and Le Spectre de la Rose, as well as time-honored
excerpts from old ballets such as Flower Festival in Genzano, La Vivandiere, Le Papillon, La Esmeralda, and The Fairy Doll.
NEW YORK CITY - England's Royal Ballet will come to New York City via a time-honored
American theater tradition: out-of-town tryouts.
Subway Book Review seeks to shine light on the time-honored
tradition of reading in transit.
I do not wish to lose or remove this time-honored
vow-as well as the rings, which symbolize unending relationship-in our wedding ceremonies:
This year's theme, Time-Honored
Traditions was designed by First Lady Melania Trump to pay respect to 200 years of holiday traditions at the White House.