• And they walk on rough,rocky paths, many of which follow old railroad tracks and roads used by loggers long ago.

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  • He described how the story of his family began long ago in Africa when slave traders captured one of his ancestors.

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  • "Auld Lang Syne," by the eighteenth century Scottish poet Robert Burns, is a song about friends and remembering times long ago.

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  • This idea developed long ago in British common law to define the responsibility of teachers toward their students.

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  • Signs on some of the houses say they were built as long ago as the seventeenth century.

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  • Mister Jonson knew long ago that the works of Shakespeare would hold their magic through the ages.

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  • Two of his names -- Santa Claus and Saint Nicholas -- both come from the Dutch who settled in New York long ago.

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  • The horse still shows some of the colors the artist created so long ago: red,black and yellow.

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  • Long ago,King Charles the Second of England added the colony's coat of arms to his shield.

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  • Ancient Greek myths told of a time long ago when people lived in peace and happiness.

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  • A visitor still remembers the memory aid she learned long ago from her fifth-grade teacher.

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  • Long ago, the people who settled in undeveloped areas in America first told tall tales.

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  • Fabricio Cimino wrote: Not long ago I wanted to watch TV, but it wouldn't turn on, so I did everything I could to start it.

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  • Other people say a railroad worker named Obadiah Kelly invented the word long ago.

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