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bygone age/era/days etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbygone age/era/days etcbygone age/era/days etcPASTa period of time in the past The buildings reflect the elegance of a bygone era. bygone
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bygone age/era/days etcBundles of papers and piles of books guarded secrets from a bygone age.He had impeccable manners that somehow always reminded you of an older, bygone age.Miss Piggy, Kermit and the rest now come across as symbols of a bygone era.Since the reprise of coach John Robinson, who brought national championships in a different, bygone era.They appear now to be products of a bygone age.In bygone days, both railroad and stagecoach deposited visitors in nearby Point Reyes Station.One of the first examples of a curvilinear glasshouse, it stands as a reminder of bygone eras in Belfast's history.In bygone days the Arms Park had an almost mystical quality for them.
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