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Every feast day is preceded ( or followed, as with Shrove Tuesday followed by Ash Wednesday ) by a fast as well, in part to avoid the excessive revelry of pagan feasting without moderation.
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Every fourth Sunday in July, the Portuguese community in Benicia celebrates the feast of the Holy Ghost, commemorating the Queen Saint Isabel of Portugal, with a parade to Saint Dominic's Church followed by mass, an auction and a dance.
Every year on the feast of Corpus Christi a Roman Catholic pilgrimage to Hasselt is held, with a procession.
Every year, on the first week-end of July, the city celebrates the Europafeesten ( feast of Europe ).
Every year, the John the Baptist's feast day reveals the cosmic dimensions of this church: at the full midday of the summer solstice, when the sun is at its upper culmination over the earth, the light coming through the southern clerestorey windows create luminous spots that exactly locate in the full midst of the nave with a rigorous precision.
Every year for 11 days the town's population almost doubles, as over 50, 000 people flock to the region for a feast of arts, crafts and sheer entertainment.
Contacts between the two sides continue: Every year a delegation from each joins in the other's celebration of its patronal feast, Saints Peter and Paul ( 29 June ) for Rome and Saint Andrew ( 30 November ) for Constantinople, and there have been a number of visits by the head of each to the other.
Every September, the feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary is celebrated on the first Sunday after 8 September, the birthday of the Virgin Mary.
Every year on July 23 the traditional " Malinskarska Night " takes place () — the day of the municipality and the feast of Saint Apollinaris, patron saint of the parish and settlement.
Every three, five, ten or fifteen days, some families will also observe a periodic vegetarian feast.
The " Bishops ' Chronicle ", written by Adam of Bremen in the years 1072-76, says, " The Swedes have a well-known heathen temple called Upsala ", and " Every ninth year, moreover, a great feast is celebrated at Upsala, which is observed in common by all the provinces of Sweden.
Every year the main pilgrimage season begins in late May / early June and ends mid-August, on the 15th, the feast of the Assumption of Mary.
Every year on 20 January ( the feast of Saint Sebastian ), the people of the city of San Sebastián, ( Spain ) celebrate a festival known as the " Tamborrada ".
Every summer ( normally the first fortnight of July ) there is a week of community events, entitled " feast week ".
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Every day, when the President took his nap, Rob Roy would stretch out on the window seat near him, like a perfect gentleman, and stare thoughtfully out the window, or he would take a little nap himself.
Every cleric in Holy Orders and every member of a religious order must publicly join in or privately read aloud ( i. e. using the lips as well as the eyes — it takes about two hours in this way ) the whole of the Breviary services allotted for each day.
Every person should be identified uniquely as resident in one place but where they happen to be on census day, their de facto residence, may not be the best place to count them.
Every four years, during which an extra 24 hours have accumulated, one extra day is added to keep the count coordinated with the sun's apparent position.
* Varje dag man inte köper pizza är en seger (" Every day you don't get pizza is a victory ") ( 2009 )
Every day most Jains bow and say their universal prayer, the Navakar Mantra which is also known variously as Panch Parmesthi Sutra, Panch Namaskar Sutra.
In 2007, Iranian filmmaker Maziar Bahari selected O Dreamland and Every Day Except Christmas ( 1957 ), a record of a day in the old Covent Garden market, for his top 10 classics from the history of documentary.
Approaching Smith one day during spring training, Herzog said, " Every time you hit a fly ball, you owe me a buck.
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 evil is followed by some good ,” as the man said when his wife died the day after he became bankrupt.
The event is timed to coincide roughly with Juneteenth and Father's Day and is promoted with the slogan " Every day is Family Day When Real Men Cook.
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Every legislator from Brasstown Bald to Folkston is going to have his every vote subjected to the closest scrutiny as a test of his political allegiances, not his convictions.
Every detail in his interpretation has been beautifully thought out, and of these I would especially cite the delicious laendler touch the pianist brings to the fifth variation ( an obvious indication that he is playing with Viennese musicians ), and the gossamer shading throughout.
Every taxpayer is well aware of the vast size of our annual defense budget and most of our readers also realize that a large portion of these expenditures go for military electronics.
Every few days, in the early morning, as the work progressed, twenty men would appear to push it ahead and to shift the plank foundation that distributed its weight widely on the Rotunda pavement, supported as it is by ancient brick vaulting.
Every dream, and this is true of a mental image of any type even though it may be readily interpreted into its equivalent of wakeful thought, is a psychic phenomenon for which no explanation is available.
Every library borrower, or at least those whose taste goes beyond the five-cent fiction rentals, knows what it is to hear the librarian say apologetically, `` I'm sorry, but we don't have that book.
Every community, if it is alive has a spirit, and that spirit is the center of its unity and identity.
The restricted principle " Every partially ordered set has a maximal totally ordered subset " is also equivalent to AC over ZF.
Every natural-born citizen of a foreign state who is also an American citizen and every natural-born American citizen who is a citizen of a foreign land owes a double allegiance, one to the United States, and one to his homeland ( in the event of an immigrant becoming a citizen of the US ), or to his adopted land ( in the event of an emigrant natural born citizen of the US becoming a citizen of another nation ).
Every line of written text is a mere reflection of references from any of a multitude of traditions, or, as Barthes puts it, " the text is a tissue of quotations drawn from the innumerable centres of culture "; it is never original.
Every year, on the last Sunday in April, there is an ice fishing competition in the frozen estuarine waters of the Anadyr River's mouth.
Every lattice element of the structure is in its proper place, whether it is a single atom or a molecular grouping.