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Retro

[Latin, Back; backward; behind.] A prefix used to designate a prior condition or time.

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com Tickets available at Games Cabin and Retro vault game shops.
Dunelm Optical director, Peter Beaumont, said: "Our Retro collection returns this season with more fashionable, wearable styles that represent the best British eyewear.
Retro-Bit[R] is recognized as the creators of the exceedingly popular Retro Duo[R] Console, Retro Duo[R] Portable and most recently the announcement of the Super Retro Trio.
Though there are many ways of accessing retro games and classics through the internet or by way of disc compilations for your PC, there are no easy ways of bringing back the arcade feel that made most of these games the classics they are.
On Saturday we head to South Down, visiting familiar Retro territory - but in a very different way.
The oldest retro car at the event is a legendary 1913 Ford T, owned by collector Todor Delyakov from Burgas, who took part in the parade with a 1949 Triumph, Darik Varna reported.
Bring a little retro style to bed with Cole, one of the new bedlinen designs from KIP.
One year into the launch of Retro TV on its distribution platform, SES WORLD SKIES, a division of SES S.
As well as a range of memorabilia from the 1950s-1980s, there will be the chance to enjoy some sweet treats from the retro diner and sample sounds of the era from solo singer Frankie Heart.
All three games were developed by Nintendo's first-party American studio, Retro Studios and were equally excellent.
Sounds like retro fabulousness thanks to a radio that's both stylish and useful.