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An '''oldtimer''' is someone who has been around and involved long enough that others think of them as part of the establishment. Interestingly, they themselves may not think of themselves as oldtimes and may take exception at being referred to as such. Also, people who have been around even longer may not yet consider them oldtimers.
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An '''oldtimer''' is someone who has been around and involved long enough that others think of them as part of the establishment. Interestingly, they themselves may not think of themselves as oldtimers and may take exception at being referred to as such. Also, people who have been around even longer may not yet consider them oldtimers.
   
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 16:20, 22 July 2004

An oldtimer is someone who has been around and involved long enough that others think of them as part of the establishment. Interestingly, they themselves may not think of themselves as oldtimers and may take exception at being referred to as such. Also, people who have been around even longer may not yet consider them oldtimers.

See also