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nos·tal·gi·a

(nos-tal'jē-ă),
The longing to return home, to a former time in one's life, or to familiar people and surroundings.
[G. nostos, a return (home), + algos, pain]

nos·tal·gi·a

(nos-tal'jē-ă)
The longing to return home, to a former time in one's life, or to familiar people and surroundings.
[G. nostos, a return (home), + algos, pain]

nostalgia

(nŏs-tăl′jē-ă) [Gr. nostos, a return home, + algos, pain]
1. Homesickness; longing to return home.
2. A longing to return to a previously experienced time or place.
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Write to Mike Crowe, ex-National Serviceman, 7 Heath Road, Lake, Sandown, Isle of Wight, P036 8PG, with service number, which service you served in and when, for all the details of a wonderful nostalgic weekend.
But two of the United States' most decorated male swimmers, and Club Wolverine teammates, were feeling nostalgic Friday as they prepared to race in the Long Beach Grand Prix, which runs through Monday, speaking of those past competitions like they were yesterday.
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Drive-In Movie Memories is enthusiastically recommended for personal and community library DVD collections as an intriguing and nostalgic history of the Drive-In movie.
Today's Asbury Park blends the nostalgic seaside town of yesteryear with an upscale residential and commercial community featuring art galleries, exclusive shopping, jazz clubs and trendy eateries," he said.
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