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Every composer works differently and the orchestrator's job is to understand what is required from one composer to the next.
Every state employee who depended on Long for a job was expected to pay a portion of his or her salary at election time directly into Long's political war-chest, which raised $ 50, 000 to $ 75, 000 each election cycle.
Every year the ESADE Career Services manages 2. 500 job offerings from 1. 200 prestigious international organisations.
In a 1947 speech to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People ( NAACP ), which marked the first time a sitting President had ever addressed the group, Truman said " Every man should have the right to a decent home, the right to an education, the right to adequate medical care, the right to a worthwhile job, the right to an equal share in the making of public decisions through the ballot, and the right to a fair trial in a fair court.
" Every petty officer has both a rank and rating ( job, similar to an MOS or AFSC in other branches ).
" Every petty officer has both a rate ( rank ) and rating ( job, similar to an MOS in other branches ).
" Every petty officer has both a rate ( rank ) and rating ( job, similar to a Military Occupation Specialty ( MOS ) in other services.
" Every student is required to perform a campus job, whether it is washing dishes at breakfast, leading a dormitory, or raking leaves.
Every job is written on a standardized form stating where and when the job is, who is eligible for the job and which qualifications ( language, skills, etc.
After graduating in 1989, his student film Every Day is a Beautiful Day won a Student Academy Award, which got him a job as a second assistant camera to Jonathan Demme on the documentary Cousin Bobby.
Every camp has one or two directors ; the job of the director is to make the camp run smooth and mostly safe without losing the free-spirited and cosy experience of the camp.
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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 year, Eton employs a ' Director-in-Residence ', an external professional director on a one-year contract who normally directs one house play and the Lower Boy play ( a school play open solely to the first two year groups ), as well as teaching Drama and Theatre Studies to most year groups.
Every fall the Brookfield Bulldogs play the Marceline Tigers in the annual Bell Game which is one of the oldest high school football rivalries in the United States.
Every year, junior high school students from Shawnee visit Nikaho during the month of July, and Japanese junior high school students visit Shawnee, in September.
Every year from the beginning of December until the day after Christmas the Gubser school neighborhood hosts the " Keizer Miracle of Christmas Lighting Display.
Every school within the Institute does require that applicants send in an artist's statement, along with a portfolio or audition ( depending on the program ) in order to be considered for admission.
Every new boy who enters the school is given a two week period of time called " grace " when he is not fully subject to all school rules and is shown the ropes by an assigned boy in the year above called a " Shepherd ".
Every term, a band would play at the school, the first of these which Dickinson saw was called Wild Turkey, featuring former Jethro Tull bassist Glenn Cornick.
Every four years, the school sponsors the Washington and Lee Mock Convention for whichever political party ( Democratic or Republican ) does not hold the Presidency.
Every day 1. 3 million km are cycled in the city, with 36 % of all citizens commuting to work, school or university by bicycle.
Every summer there is a play-scheme, two days a week, which caters for over one hundred children during the school holiday, featuring trips to farm parks and theme parks.
Every school in Yasothon trains its pupils to dance " Peun Muang ", a traditional local dance so they can join the parade at the annual rocket festival.
Every year the school plans and runs several on or off-site events, some of which are open only to students in certain years, while others to the entire student population, alumni, and their respective friends and family.
" Lift Every Voice and Sing " was publicly performed first as a poem as part of a celebration of Lincoln's Birthday on February 12, 1900 by 500 school children at the segregated Stanton School.
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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 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 passage to the city was guarded by gates and towers, and a wall surrounded each of the city's rings.
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 aspect of life was regulated to some degree by the party, and the will of its founding-president, Mobutu Sese Seko.
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.