The unity of our own France was forged by agelong struggles between the separate provinces.
In his own spirit is enacted the agelong world-drama of toil.
Such consequences, so wide-spread and agelong, can follow from the story of but one life.
In this the modern European is the heir of an agelong tradition.
I do not propose here to reopen the agelong dispute between free will and determinism, which seems to me largely verbal.
The yellow, blinkless eyes, with knife-edge pupils, flashed with the hate of agelong feud as I edged against the wall.
You have but emerged from primitive conditions: we have a literature, a priesthood, an agelong history and a polity.