This answers the age-old conundrum: if an angry man delivers seething retorts to a quiet audience, will he make a soundbite?
It is called “being offended,” and it is an age-old Russian national pastime, both on an individual level and more broadly.
Which is to say, the U.S.—as always—remains in search of age-old answers to difficult questions.
This returns me to an age-old little conundrum, which I've remarked on many times over the years.
I meant the age-old motivator, fear—stoking fear in their base of what a Republican Senate would look like.
It was nearly square—a hollow bubble in the age-old lava—axe-trimmed many hundred years ago.
age-old mysteries surrounding our book have not yet been cleared up.
Meanwhile, journeying through this age-old land, a snatch of verse goes running through my head.
The bridegroom, foretold by the age-old priest, had come at last.
It was a strange story of forbidden love, one that might have been enacted in age-old times beneath the shadows of the pyramids.