Examples of longtime in a Sentence
the longtime chairman of the committee
longtime residents of the neighborhood
Recent Examples of longtime from the Web
At 93, Frank and his longtime collaborator, printer Gerhard Steidl, have devised a traveling exhibition with an educational mission.
Manafort, longtime confidant to ex–Soviet oligarchs.
The plants are self-enclosed worlds where employees pass on job referrals so relatives, classmates and longtime friends can work together.
Award-winning author Monica Brown’s latest book transports readers to La Casa Azul—the birthplace, longtime residence and now house museum of artist Frida Kahlo in Mexico City.
But by October 2010, Farenthold gained ground as the campaign of longtime Democratic incumbent U.S. Rep. Solomon Ortiz collapsed.
With Her Longtime Assistant [People] Kim Kardashian has reportedly parted ways with longtime assistant Stephanie Shepherd, who was featured in a Refinery29 profile earlier this year.
Vaughan was executive director and a longtime employee of the Fox Valley Park District, and currently receives an annual pension of nearly $197,600, according to a spokeswoman for the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund.
Hillman was joined Monday by his longtime collaborator, singer and guitarist, Herb Pedersen, along with singer and multi-instrumentalist John Jorgenson.
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