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I came back to the old country only last year, and I find the thing's extinct.
Gummidge takes to wimicking,' - our old country word for crying, - 'she's liable to be considered to be, by them as didn't know the old 'un, peevish-like.
Whether Achmet the merchant lived or died was a thing as light as air to me, but at the talk about the treasure my heart turned to it, and I thought of what I might do in the old country with it, and how my folk would stare when they saw their ne'er-do-well coming back with his pockets full of gold moidores.
They were in a neighbourhood which looked like a toy neighbourhood taken in blocks out of a box by a child of particularly incoherent mind, and set up anyhow; here, one side of a new street; there, a large solitary public-house facing nowhere; here, another unfinished street already in ruins; there, a church; here, an immense new warehouse; there, a dilapidated old country villa; then, a medley of black ditch, sparkling cucumber-frame, rank field, richly cultivated kitchen-garden, brick viaduct, arch-spanned canal, and disorder of frowziness and fog.
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My old country gave me values, religious beliefs and my traditions.
1982 Old Country, trained by Luca Cumani and ridden by Pat Eddery, is too good for Yard Bird and Geoff Baxter in the Listed mile-and-a-half race at Epsom.
Dominique De Villepin, of France, said: "The message comes to you from an old country that does not forget and knows everything it owes to the freedom fighters from America and elsewhere.