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- s of long duration
a longtime friend
- Coco introduced the tricot sailor frock and the pullover sweater, unearthed wool jersey from its longtime service as underwear fabric and put it to use in soft, clinging dresses.
- She also created asbestos bullets to puncture the defenses of her longtime nemesis, the Human Torch.
- He gave, she said, because "President Bush is a longtime friend.
- John McCain in FOXNews
We're longtime friends. This doesn't come as a surprise:but I respect and continue to respect and admire Secretary Powell,McCain told Fox News Sunday and touted his own national security endorsements.
- Peter Tatchell in The Associated Press
In the current climate of US public opinion it is impossible to imagine a US president who is openly gay and who marries their longtime partner,said Peter Tatchell, spokesman for the London-based gay human rights group Outrage. "In Europe...
- Rosa Monckton in 940 News
Actually, she would have been astonished to learn that her former husband had married his longtime mistress,Monckton wrote.