Earning the gratitude of lobbyists is a time-worn practice in politics.
My late grandfather, Reb Zalman Serebryanski, would repeat the time-worn adage “a Chassid is a soldat (soldier).”
And the “Milk & Cookie Shot,” sometimes referred to as the “chocolate chip cookie shot,” is a unique spin on a time-worn classic.
It was the time-worn story, of men in poverty, of men in exile, of men dying for freedom.
It was a plain Gothic parapet, in keeping with the time-worn building.
It then seemed good to the Bishop of Lindisfarne to restore from its foundation the time-worn oratory.
I have been reading the bills, yellow-stained and time-worn.
Nothing remained to be said, and still the days passed over the time-worn hearts, till a month went by.
On the Matron's time-worn mantleLet the Poet's wreath be laid.
Once more the men and women of Theos thronged the streets of their time-worn capital.