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At, Grand Isle State Park contains camping facilities, a sand volleyball court, a nature walk trail, a horseshoe pit and a play area.
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At the end of the novel, Grand says he is much happier ; he has written to Jeanne and made a fresh start on his book.
At the French Grand Prix at Reims-Gueux, Jack Brabham became the first man to win a Formula One world championship race in a car bearing his own name.
At thirteen, she was recording ( the single " Puppy Love ") on a small Louisiana label, Goldband Records, and appeared at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.
At the start of the Grand Gallery on the right-hand side there is a hole cut in the wall ( and now blocked by chicken wire ).
At the top of the Grand Gallery there is a step giving onto a horizontal passage approximately long, in which can be detected four slots, three of which were probably intended to hold granite portcullises.
At the Grand Guignol, patrons would see five or six plays, all in a style which attempted to be brutally true to the theatre's naturalistic ideals.
At the Portuguese Grand Prix at Monsanto Park, Brabham was chasing race leader Moss when a backmarker moved over on him and launched the Cooper into the air.
At the British Grand Prix, Brabham was closing on Graham Hill's BRM before Hill spun off, leaving Brabham the victory.
At the French Grand Prix at Reims-Gueux, Jack Brabham took his first Formula One world championship win since 1960 and became the first man to win such a race in a car of his own construction.
At the birth of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania ( GDL ), ethnic Lithuanians made up about 70 % of the population.
At the Diet of Porvoo, Finland's four Estates pledge allegiance to Alexander I of Russia, commencing the secession of the Grand Duchy of Finland from Sweden.
At Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Antônio Pizzonia of BMW Williams F1 team recorded a top speed of in the 2004 Italian Grand Prix.
At the end of A Grand Day Out, Wallace tells Gromit to set coordinates for " 62 West Wallaby Street " as they are returning to Earth.
** At the Diet of Porvoo, Finland's four Estates pledge allegiance to Alexander I of Russia, commencing the secession of the future Grand Principality of Finland from Sweden.
At the end of 1934, Maserati pulled out of Grand Prix racing and Nuvolari returned to Ferrari, who were reluctant to take him back, but were persuaded by Mussolini, the Italian prime minister.
At the time, the European Grand Prix was considered the most important race of the motorcycling season and the winners in each category were designated European Champions.
At first Mozart thought he needed to finish his opera in only two months, because tentative plans were made to perform it at the September visit of the Russian Grand Duke Paul ( son of Catherine the Great and heir to the Russian throne ).
At the time of her death, Princess Margaret's full style was: Her Royal Highness The Princess Margaret Rose, Countess of Snowdon, Companion of the Imperial Order of the Crown of India, Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order, Dame Grand Cross of the Most Venerable Order of St. John of Jerusalem.
At the 1979 Canadian Grand Prix, Lauda informed Brabham owner Bernie Ecclestone that he wished to retire immediately, as he had no more desire to " drive around in circles ".
At, Grand Teton abruptly rises more than above Jackson Hole, almost higher than Mount Owen, the second highest summit in the range.
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At the end of the Okeanos Potamos, is the holy island of Alba ( Leuke, Pytho Nisi, Isle of Snakes ), sacred to the Pelasgian ( and later, Greek ) Apollo, greeting the sun rising in the east.
At its peak, Silver City operated 222 daily ferry flights across the English Channel, as well as between Scotland and Ireland and to / from the Isle of Wight, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.
At the southern end of the Isle of Dogs, the Greenwich foot tunnel provides pedestrian access to Greenwich, across the river.
At first the Lucayans sold for no more than four gold pesos in Hispaniola, but when it was realized that the Lucayans were practiced at diving for conchs, the price rose to 100 to 150 gold pesos and the Lucayans were sent to the Isle of Cubagua as pearl divers.
At about 07: 00, two invading FAL B-26s attacked and sank the Cuban Navy Patrol Escort ship El Baire at Nueva Gerona on the Isle of Pines.
At the close of the Napoleonic Wars, most of France's colonies were restored to it by Britain, notably Guadeloupe and Martinique in the West Indies, French Guiana on the coast of South America, various trading posts in Senegal, the Île Bourbon ( Réunion ) in the Indian Ocean, and France's tiny Indian possessions ; though Britain finally annexed Saint Lucia, Tobago, the Seychelles, and the Isle de France ( now Mauritius ).
At the beginning of his career, Baillie Scott worked with Fred Saunders, with whom he had studied at the Isle of Man School of Art, which is also in Douglas.
At Hampton Court Hammond introduced to him his nephew, Colonel Robert Hammond, soon to be governor of the Isle of Wight.
At the eastern end of the beach at the village of Chiswell, against the cliffs of the Isle of Portland, the beach curves round sharply to form Chesil Cove.
At Abbotsbury, the path leaves Chesil beach to follow the shores of the Fleet lagoon, until it reaches the terminus of Chesil beach next to the villages of Fortuneswell and Chiswell on the Isle of Portland.
At that time, seaplanes were taken by road to Queenborough, then loaded onto lighters to be taken to the RNAS seaplane station on Isle of Grain to be launched and tested.
At the southern tip of the peninsula is Dreswick Point, the southeastern-most point of the Manx mainland, whilst St Michael's Isle ( popularly known as Fort Island ) is connected at the northern end of the peninsula by a narrow causeway.
At Grand Isle, Edna eventually forms a connection with Robert Lebrun, a charming and earnest young man who actively seeks Edna's attention and affections.
At the British Junior Conkers Championships on the Isle of Wight in October 2005, contestants were banned from bringing their own conkers due to fears that they might harden them.
At the southern end of this section, Foxwood Isle separates the main dam to its west and a spillway to the east.
At first they lived in a Victorian villa on the Isle of Wight and in 1993 they moved to Yarmouth, where Green was a member of the Yarmouth Women's Institute.
At various times in history the following areas had palatinate status: Shropshire, Kent, the Isle of Ely, Hexhamshire in Northumberland, and, in Wales, the Earldom of Pembroke ( until the passing of the Laws in Wales Act 1535 ).