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Every family large enough to completely consume a young lamb or wild goat was required to offer one for sacrifice at the Jewish Temple on the afternoon of the 14th day of Nisan ,() and eat it that night, which was the 15th of Nisan ().
Every afternoon the whole world is invited to assist at the crashing fall of some beech or elm or oak.
Every Sunday and Wednesday afternoon ( from May until October ) the famous water features take place.
Every August, the town hosts Ma and Pa Kettle Days, an annual festival ; that includes a pancake breakfast, parade, a Miss Kettle River pageant, a mud bog on Saturday afternoon, and street dances on Friday and Saturday night.
Every murid, on entering the ṭarīqa, gets his ' awrād, or daily recitations, authorized by his murshid ( usually to be recited before or after the pre-dawn prayer, after the afternoon prayer and after the evening prayer ).
Every weekday afternoon since 1995, and sometimes mornings, too, until 2001.
Every afternoon between the 7th and 14th there is a bullfight in which the 6 bulls that have been driven to the bullring during the bullrunning of that day are killed.
Every Sunday, a handful of hardcore bands took the stage in the afternoon to dinnertime hours, usually for cheap.
Every year there is a holiday called " Desfile del 18 de marzo " ( March 18 Parade ) which commemorates Mexican oil expropriation and has two beautiful parades, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.
Every Sunday afternoon, people gather in the gardens to hear reciters recite traditional Punjabi Qisse, such as Heer Ranjha and Sassi Punnun, and other Punjabi Sufi poetry.
Every morning and afternoon Stagecoach operate a 18 service exclusively for Westhill Academy, which stops in Kingswells, as a minority of pupils reside in Kingswells.
Every voting delegate has five votes which may go to any candidate during the Saturday afternoon election.
Every guest was required to give a personal opinion or to read some excerpts from their latest work ; on the morning of the gathering, says the Abbé de La Rivière, " the guests prepared wit for the afternoon.
Every afternoon for a period early in 1845, Prince Albert read it aloud to Queen Victoria as a suitable popular science book explaining the latest ideas from the continent.
Every Sunday an English language service was held in the morning and a Chinese language service in the afternoon.
Every afternoon, the boys who were circumcised the previous year organize tam-tams for the new boys in order to prepare them psychologically.
Every year when the artists of the sun would have their exhibition a category would be opened for young artists under the sun and children who attended the afternoon sessions would be entered by MIss. During the school holidays Miss Ray would take the children on outings to the zoo lake.
Every fall and spring, Galil opens its gates for a three-day " seminar ," where camp is in session from Friday afternoon until Sunday morning.
Every afternoon you can find people of all age taking a walk or playing.
Every day, Phillips reads the letters sent to her Dear Abby column and pens her column in the afternoon.
Every day, after the troop has completed its activities for the afternoon, The Chief gathers the boys for the next episode in an ongoing story that he tells them about the eponymous Laughing Man.
Every year there is a festival in Flatwoods West Virginia to celebrate the " Green Monster ", it is a 3 day festival starting on a Friday and ending Sunday afternoon, a weekend of live music, the Green Monster museum and trips to the site.

Every and was
Every plane that could fly was sent into the air.
Every path from back door to barn was covered by a grape-arbor, and every yard had its fruit trees.
Every recorded request by Thomas for a delay in a flank movement or an advance was to gain time to take care of his horses.
Every man who dabbles in the market to make a little easy money on the side and suffers losses could at the time hardly face his wife who was wondering how her husband could be so dumb.
Every eye was on him as he began to speak.
Every few minutes she would awaken for a moment to review things: Stowey, yes, was on his way south, and the two boys were away in school, and nothing was burning on the stove, and Lucretia was coming for dinner and bringing three guests of hers.
Every winter a kegful of this sauce was made and placed at the end of a row of four other kegs in the cellar, so that when its turn came, it was properly mellowed.
Every pitch in the game brought forth a howl from the enraptured audience and every fly ball the visitors dropped ( and because their right fielder was still a little fuzzy from drink, they dropped many ) called forth yelps of derision.
Every decision was made quickly on sound grounds.
Every piece of the nightmare was clear, in place ; ;
Every game during the 2002 season was sold out.
Every passage to the city was guarded by gates and towers, and a wall surrounded each of the city's rings.
" Every performance of its run was sold out.
Every patient was treated as if infected and therefore precautions were taken to minimize risk.
Every cladogram is based on a particular dataset that was analyzed with a particular method.
Jimmy Hatlo's They'll Do It Every Time was often drawn in the two-panel format as seen in this 1943 example.
Jimmy Hatlo's They'll Do It Every Time was often displayed in a two-panel format with the first panel showing some deceptive, pretentious, unwitting or scheming human behavior and the second panel revealing the truth of the situation.
" Nietzsche, who was heavily influenced by Schopenhauer, wrote: " Every concept originates through our equating what is unequal.
Every song they wrote was written with an eye toward giving it " deep hidden meaning " or D. H. M.
Every aspect of life was regulated to some degree by the party, and the will of its founding-president, Mobutu Sese Seko.
Every job of the school was bid-for by students in scrip.
Cobham was a common butt of veiled satire in Elizabethan popular literature ; he figures in Ben Jonson's Every Man in His Humour and may have been part of the reason The Isle of Dogs was suppressed.

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