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throwback

a. a person, animal, or plant that has the characteristics of an earlier or more primitive type
b. a reversion to such an organism
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The throwback picture was from two years ago, 2016, and showed Adarna carrying the infant Olivia in her arms with Cruz standing next to her, his right arm around Adarna's shoulder.
New Delhi [India], Dec 31 ( ANI ): Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has shared some throwback moments with his social media followers including one vintage picture with wife Jaya Bachchan, daughter Shweta Bachchan-Nanda and son Abhishek Bachchan.
The rationale for throwback rules is that they are needed to prevent dreaded "nowhere income"--profits that completely escape tax.
Cyrus stated in the caption that the post was intended to be a throwback pic of her Oscar appearance five years ago.
To join the conversation, "like" Hardware Retailing on Facebook and share your own favorite throwbacks.
Of course, Throwback Thursdays (#tbt) are a powerful phenomenon on social media.
The gesture came with an old photo of them together that she described as "super throwback.
Maybe it's wishful thinking, but Kourtney Kardashian posted a throwback pic of her mom and stepdad in happier days.
com)-- Throwback Thursdays are in full-swing as Taco Bueno restaurants are taking their customers on a trip down memory lane with a nostalgic menu item offered only on Thursdays.
Given that baseball uniforms first appeared in the 1840s, MLB clubs have an almost infinite number of throwback uniforms to delve through.
He's a throwback to the good old days of a centre forward going out there and just eating centre-halves, it reminds me of when I used to go and watch Bury.
With all-dyed shirts and paisley prints, Pepsi Throwback and Mountain Dew Throwback are back.