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Sometimes it seems dear olde England could almost be the 51st state.
I came across this one from the olde man in laws shed.
By all accounts, the policies at Olde stem from the top.
Take the time to smell the roses in this olde English setting.
Our products range from stylish modern through contemporary to traditional olde world designs.
The pub looks very olde worlde, but the street lamp gives it away.
Whoever sent ye olde message didn't distribute a design like this for fun.
"That house had a more olde worlde look; here it was about going for a fresh start," William says.
Authenticity is almost impossible, and you always end up sounding too olde worlde.
Open fire in the olde world dining room & fully renovated kitchen with sundeck.
All offer excellent facilities with traditional furnishings, creating a distinctive olde world charm.
Olde world character cottage formerly stables and coach house.
The caf was meant to look very olde worlde.
But the sense of the olde Englishe word "house" is dwelling place, domain, or kingdom.
But only the most curmudgeonly could fail to be charmed by this pretty version of olde England.
Kneeland is an olde alternative name for the Cleland family surname.
Custom made banners, olde style toys, kite and balloon specialist.
Happily, it's not decorated in a ye olde way, but is festooned instead with Beatles memorabilia.
The screenplay, too, gives his lines the mannered ring of ye olde royalty."
Ye olde and modernistic blended with remarkable ease.
Sir, I am ye olde and true Friend and Serut.
Many of the features that Coppin helped to create are still part of the village today and add greatly to its olde world charm.
Hotchpot is an olde English word meaning (among other things) a mingled mass, a mixture of ingredients a pudding etc.
Inside is just as nice as well, with lots of rooms and alcoves in which you can drink in a olde world atmosphere.
How olde is jousting?
I also made a model of an olden days telephone.
And indeed he seemed so, although I'd not known his olden self.
He always enjoyed that: the view of the olden city from on high.
Do you remember how they cast out spirits in olden times?
These idols are said to be from very olden days.
But we are a people of the present, and have no heartfelt interest in the olden time.
I believe he also mentioned that it was actually used as an explosive in olden times.
After the school house we saw an olden day ship that looked kind of colourful but pretty much like back in 1806.
Few; but then, the olden population pressure was gone.
History tells us that India was a vast sea power in olden days.
On the whole, he was like a baron of the olden time in a rare good humour.
After that we went to the olden day school soon it was time to go back to school.
Was the dragon a god from some olden time?
Every village in olden times had at least one Wise Woman.
Elvis has also been in some olden day movies.
It was quite notorious for filariasis in the olden day.
But maybe long enough for him to find a way to prevent the sort of bloodshed that had occurred in olden times.
Agriculture and business were their traditional ways of earning livelihood in olden days.
You just know that, in olden times, men who dumped the daughter of an earl would have been treated worse.
A similar victory might have won him a chiefdom in some olden tribe.
Such was Castilian faith, in the olden time, which kept its word, even beyond the grave.
Were children more likely to die in infancy in olden times?
Madras in the olden time: being a history of the presidency from the first foundation.
It is said that the villages serve as transit point for travelers in olden days.
In the olden world we would divide scientists between specialists and generalists.
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