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With so many old guard restaurants in La Jolla, George’s is a perfect dinner choice, too.
The Madison Square Garden crowd, tinged with Argentines, had already spent much the night saluting Ginobili, the Spurs' 40-year-old guard.
Conflict intensified between the younger G40 faction and the ZANU-PF old guard, which includes Mnangagwa and other politicians who served in the liberation war.
Kenny captained Everton's Under-23s side to the Premier League 2 title last season and has been touted as a future Toffees captain once the old guard depart L4 in the coming years.
Another thing old guard New Yorkers have long cherished: contradictory spirits.
With the actors guild's snub of the old guard honored by the Hollywood Foreign Press, the us-versus-them of our political system has reached Hollywood.
The Steelers' most historical celebrated unit steered away from its old guard three years ago.
The 49ers were throwing a celebration for Dwight Clark, and the gathering of the old guard, Joe Montana & Co., provided a reminder of how greatness can rise from the ashes.
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