Bass looked slightly out of place at that long-ago Paris Review party, despite being the centerpiece of the evening.
As the otherwise insightful report notes, he does not seem to have gone to the school seeking vengeance for some long-ago wrong.
Hatch already has been in office twice as long as that long-ago opponent and wants to stretch it to 42 years with a seventh term.
That popular phrase ran endlessly in long-ago TV commercials promoting the board-game version of naval warfare.
The long-ago indiscretion was forgotten as he condemned free-spending liberals and pledged to “stop the gravy train.”
All the unhappy years of fighting in Spain weren't in the long-ago past.
The obvious thing was to question the Basque as to long-ago events.
I have thinks he was thinking of the long-ago time when the fairies did teach him to write their way.
It was the "plan," the long-ago announced and long-expected plan in all its details.
It was so with Mr. Deer of that long-ago time, and when he lost those great horns, he felt very helpless and timid.