And so Reddit, a new-world digital site, delved into old-world politics.
The bar itself is beautiful with gigantic carved wood cabinetry and all sorts of interesting, old-world bar utensils.
There is an irresistible spirit of old-world pigtail decorum and dash about it all.
But Dan was in no mood to appreciate the old-world beauty of the Oak Parlour.
She sang a simple, old-world song full of homely pathos and gentle feeling.
There is nothing to break the spell of that old-world enchantment.
The supplications were in vain; the railroad is in upon them, and the old-world institutions are doomed.
It is said that the early Fathers were jealous of the influence of this old-world science.
I am certain they thought it an omen of some sort—everything amongst the old-world Japanese is looked upon as a good or bad omen.
Then an old-world cow came down to the edge of the stream and ate it.
of or pertaining to Eurasia and Africa, as opposed to the Americas, 1877.