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Eden Hazard had doubled the Blues lead before Manchester City's old guard came for vengeance as a goal from Aleksandar Kolarov and a quickfire double from Edin Dzeko saw Roma take the lead.
So beyond the typical drama putting on a show entails, the older guard has started worrying about the future of Teatro Povero.
Even old guard Intel, which has been struggling with tepid growth, said revenue from its higher-margin data center business rose 7%, slightly beating expectations.
In a matter of years, a new crop of ultra-wealthy Americans has eclipsed the old guard of philanthropic titans.
Playing a freshman is unlikely, and shouldn't happen considering Burrell, Demetrius Knox and Malcolm Pridgeon are all older guards with multiple years in the program.
Germany ran out comfortable 5-1 winners in the end, perhaps signalling a new era of footballing talent ready to come through and eventually replace the old guard.
The departure of Leive and Carter are part of a larger turnover in the magazine world, as the old guard of editors is being ushered out for a new guard who tend to be younger and less expensive–and more game to remake the magazines.
Things began to change in the 1980s as the old guard started to die off or move away.
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