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  • s  somewhat elderly

  • Small, oldish President Baker resigned.
  • A nice, oldish gentleman of short stature with silky white hair and keen blue eyes opened the Canadian Parliament at Ottawa last week, read loud and clear the "Speech from the.
  • He lived quietly in Washington, dined out occasionally with oldish men at the more sedate embassies, kept a "blind" telephone number which even Catholic organizations in .
News & Articles

  • Two Plays Show There's No Place Quite So Dangerous As Home
    Our houses are trying to kills us. Bathtubs drown us, showers trip us, errant toasters set the place ablaze — really, how can we sleep for fear? (Beds are pretty fatal, too.) And the threat isn't only physical. This week, an oldish play, Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House , and a ne...
    March 4, 2014 - The Village Voice

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