Under the first painting it read, yesterday PALESTINE; under the second, TODAY IRAQ.
yesterday the military named a new civilian prime minister, apparently in a bid to quell the protests.
yesterday, as I went up and down in the elevator, I could see men working there.
I linked yesterday to Esquire magazine's report on the lack of benefits available to the Navy SEAL who shot bin Laden.
The game happened yesterday when the couple were at Drumchapel Table Tennis Club in Scotland.
Miss Manwaring came to me yesterday with a letter of introduction from Edna English.
You told us yesterday that your ancestors not only made the trail but also the law of the trail.
Here's a bit of a treeho, lads, as I bought in Brummagem the day afore yesterday.
She says I should have been glad to have lost her yesterday!
Papa said yesterday I must tell a story, and I have one all ready.
Old English geostran dæg, from dæg "day" (see day) + geostran "yesterday," from Proto-Germanic *gestra- (cf. Old High German gestaron, German gestern "yesterday," Old Norse gær "tomorrow, yesterday," Gothic gistradagis "tomorrow"), originally "the other day" (reckoned from "today," either backward or forward), from PIE *ghes (cf. Sanskrit hyah, Avestan zyo, Persian di, Greek khthes, Latin heri, Old Irish indhe, Welsh doe "yesterday;" Latin hesternus "of yesterday").