longtime viewers will recall that the original aired on ITV, now the home to period drama rival Downton Abbey.
Mr. Sorensen, a longtime friend of the Petersons, was recovering from a recent stroke and had all but lost his eyesight.
Ziad, 30, whose home this is, is a human-rights lawyer and longtime activist.
Now, says Alex S. Jones, a longtime observer of The New York Times Company, their future looks even dimmer.
His former boss, longtime football coach—and Penn State god—Joe Paterno, was fired yesterday.
Reports, no doubt, from Mrs Everett, my aunt's longtime foe.
Of what use have been all the wars of Flatland from longtime till now?
They are handy at living a longtime, reaching an advanced age without arriving at enny definite konklusion.
He is a shoemaker, an' he doesn't be gettin' any work this longtime.
It was time to return to the schooners, as they had been absent all day, and it was not advisable to leave them for a longtime.