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retro

(RETROgrade) Relating to the past; going backward; declining; retreating. See retrocomputing and steampunk.
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This time it's Retro Games Fair, a gaming paradise full of your favourite games, consoles, accessories, merchandise and hobby games.
Why not go for a funky retro feel sofa design in brown leather, one of the dominate materials of the decade?
Other details include keyhole bridges and flecked effects, reminiscent of a 1970s car dashboard, as seen in Retro 314 (pictured above right).
Super Retro Trio - Play classic NES, SNES and GENESIS games directly from the original cartridges on the SR3.
Mr Wilkins said: "Revival will be an almost exclusively retro event aimed at bringing as many true retro gamers together as possible in one place for the classic gaming experience we all really want to share, while retaining a very personal, social event feel.
Taking readers from vintage (pre-1960) to retro (post-1960) fashion, the book acts as a map to perfecting your look from Twenties flapper girl to Seventies disco diva.
They are again based in Lisburn and the staff at the Premier Inn are looking forward to the October 21-23 weekend which will feature both the Retro and the Retro Test Trials.
The retro car parade in Varna was organized by the Varna Retro Automobile Club and the Varna Municipality within the Varna Summer Festival.
The colour orange is typical of the retro interior, and brings life to the dullest of spaces.
uk, there's retro movie sound tracks, as well as collect able retro household items to give your home an interesting look.
CHICAGO-Clock styles span the spectrum from low-tech -- dials with designs, retro looks -- to super high-tech -- units that automatically change the time in the spring and fall.
It specifically allows users to evaluate and compare guaranteed cost, incurred loss retro, paid loss retro, investment loss retro, and large deductible plans.