One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Some time afterwards, I discovered that the phrase meant ‘a praiser of bygone days’ and I was grateful to him, because old temporis acti is a constant temptation to sports scribes, especially those of us who take the overall view.’
- ‘Petitioners, penitents, praisers, pleaders worldwide - all simultaneously trying to connect.’
- ‘The syntax of the first half of the poem creates a double image for the speaker, the praiser.’
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