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Yet, this land has been my family’s home since time immemorial.
People have been whispering among themselves about Spanish-speaking immigrants, Muslims mosques and black people moving into their neighborhoods since time immemorial.
For time immemorial, successful crews have earned respect from their community.
But the discomfort of staying with her experience would have been worth trading away Dietland’s flip comedy about beauty products and fad diets, material that’s been covered by self-loathing chick lit for time immemorial.
Since time immemorial, farmlands have been as alive with bird songs as the sound of the wind.
The moral of the story for presidential nominating contests since time immemorial is that political activists are as bad at predicting the future as anyone else.
From time immemorial, people gazing up at the night sky have dreamed of reaching out to touch the stars.
His concept is something that our culture has deemed permissible since time immemorial.
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