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(a) long (story): (a) large, big (story), (a story) with a large duration or distance from start to finish ("long" is the opposite of "short")
- "While we have a long and proud heritage dating from our earliest days in Paris, the attributes of our brand are as fresh and new as ever," said Bruno Delavigne, CEO of Delavigne Corp."
- "She's like a little person, but with fur and paws and a long tongue."
- "Edward : Perfect for my abnormally long legs!"
- "The truth is actually a long and relatively boring story that I will now tell you."
- "With over 3 months' experience in PR and damage control, Slick Brand Solution's long track record in the industry speaks for itself!"
- "Is take the horse by its long brown face"
- "When he did stand still for a moment, it was to get a better look at my cleavage, or to ogle the long legs of the other woman present, the environmental consultant Ursula Bauer."
- "I am delighted to say that after nine long rounds of interviews, we have finally arrived at the very, very, very, VERY shortlist."
- "Bruno : I have long legs."
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