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Old Style

the former method of reckoning dates using the Julian calendar

Old Style

(OS) See New Style.
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Our advice for anyone would be to get rid of their old style chip pans and ensure that you have a working smoke alarm on each level of your home.
My sincere advice is to throw away your old style chip pan.
reports that Old Style is returning to the German tradition of double fermentation called "Kraeusening" (Kroi-zening).
PROBLEM--Previously, the company melted with an old style dry-hearth furnace that was unable to maintain a precise temperature, used gas inefficiently and suffered from excessive oxide formation and oxide penetration into its refractory lining.
The old style was characterized by marketers sending masses of inquiries to potential customers via snail mail, phone and fax, with the hope that some people will buy.
The most arcane typographic symbols and options--like Old Style Figures, True Small Caps, and ligatures--now just take seconds to apply (see illustrations previous page).
Tenor saxophonist Scott Hamilton came onto the scene as a very young man playing in an old style.
Bishop Lawrence explained that a new model is replacing the old style of ministry, where an ordained clergy served a parish population.
And who better to give a spot of advice than world cycling champ Graeme Obree, whose dad used to pedal the beat on one of these old style machines?
The sponsoring division had sent out an invitation letter in the old style and had gotten no responses.
The old style decor blends seamlessly with 21st century comforts like Wi Fi and cable TV.
The Conservative party under Margaret Thatcher from the 1979 election swept away the old style public meeting-led election campaign, and ushered in the television age.