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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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Throwback Thursday, shared on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, is a fun way to look back on history and also remember the not-so-distant past each week.
Johnny Altamonte grounded a run-scoring single in the 10th inning as Ateneo slipped past favorite Philab, 4-3, while Throwbacks downed Adamson, 5-3.
With such a library of offerings, the commemorative and nostalgic functions that throwbacks provide is occasionally placed in contrast with histories that reopen divisive franchise relocations.
With all-dyed shirts and paisley prints, Pepsi Throwback and Mountain Dew Throwback are back.
Ajax of Amsterdam, one of the best club teams in the world, had two outstanding wingers last year in Marc Overmars and Finidi George, both throwbacks to the true-winger era.
MANILA -- Romy Bumagat drove home the winning run in the bottom of the extra inning as Philippine Air Force nipped Throwbacks, 2-1, Wednesday for a second straight win in the PSC Commissioners' Cup baseball championship at Rizal Memorial Baseball Park.
You might encounter flannel-clad throwbacks to the grunge era, techie businesspeople toting laptops, and outdoorsy hikers, bicyclists and kayakers - probably all ordering the same drink.
While soccer looks ahead, the trend in baseball is definitely towards throwbacks.
Antonovich last week just underscored that even in modern-day Los Angeles, we have some medieval throwbacks.