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long

(Delayed), adjective continued, day after day, dilatory, dragged out, drawn out, endless, enduring, eternal, forever and a day, hour after hour, interminable, long drawn-out, marathon, overlong, perpetual, protracted, sustained delay, unending delay, without end
Foreign phrases: Longa possession jus parit.Long possessions begets what is right.

long

(Lengthy), adjective boundless, broad, day after day, deep, distant, elongate, elongated, enduring, eternal, expanded, expansive, extended, extensive, faraway, far-off, far-reaching, far-seeing, forever and a day, great, hour after hour, interminable, large, lengthened, limitless, lofty, outstretched, perpetual, remote, spread out, stretched out, stretching, sustained, unending, widespread, without end
Associated concepts: long arm of the law, long term
See also: prolix, protracted, sesquipedalian
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Not too long ago, EMC announced its "EMC Select" reseller program.
SIR - How long ago is it since Mr Carwyn Jones, Minister for Rural Affairs, promised to safeguard our woodlands?
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her grandaughter Hilly's playing of Fur Elise on the piano brings back a memory of a sister, long ago in Germany, playing just that song.
Should old acquaintances be forgotten and days long ago.
Of course there is one service industry that Japan mastered long ago.
Most people in the industry lost track of the epic contests of long ago, but with thrashers' involvement we hope to make this one to remember.
Buenos Aires--Argentina, not long ago the world's fourth largest exporter of agricultural products, can no longer feed its children.
We often use photos to overcome the limitations of our memories, and pictures made long ago can bring history to life again.
Most hospitals in the United States resolved all these questions long ago, after it became apparent the gift shops could function successfully under the aegis of the hospital auxiliary (or guild) as part of its already valuable volunteer services.
This can happen, as Pat Buchanan said not long ago, only if the UN creates its own army or conscripts the armies of its members.
At one point long ago, this cross-town stream ran the length of 59th Street from East to Hudson Rivers, according to Kaminski.