good old

good old

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  • good old — spoken 1) used before the name of someone or something that always does what you want or expect Good old Margaret, she s always there when you need her. 2) enjoyable or useful We had a good old talk …   English dictionary

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  • Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy — «Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy» Sencillo de Queen del álbum A Day at the Races Formato 7 Grabación 1976 Género(s) Balada Rock, Music hall …   Wikipedia Español

  • Good Old Boys — Album par Randy Newman Sortie 1974 Durée 33 : 28 Genre Rock Producteur Lenny Waronker Label Reprise …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Good old days — is a cliché. It was coined by a 69 year old former mayor of New York named Philip Hone. American popular culture, particularly through sound recordings of the country music genre, has established certain traits about it: *Nostalgia *Christianity… …   Wikipedia

  • Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy — Single par Queen extrait de l’album A Day at the Races Face A Death on Two Legs Face B Tenement Funster Sortie 20 mai 1977 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • good old boy — good′ old (or ol or ole ) boy′ [[t]oʊl[/t]] n. 1) cvb a man embodying the unsophisticated good fellowship and sometimes boisterous sociability regarded as characteristic of white males of the Southern U.S 2) cvb a person, esp. a man, belonging to …   From formal English to slang

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