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Every and morning
Every morning contingents of prisoners would be sent out to labor in nearby factories.
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 Saturday morning there is a vegetable market in the Graben at the edge of the Old City.
Every January 19, in the early hours of the morning, the person made a toast of cognac to Poe's original grave marker and left three roses.
Every morning I count them.
Every Saturday morning it hosts a large outdoor market or " mercadillo ", where many gypsies come and sell their wares of fruits and vegetables, clothes and shoes, and other odds and ends.
While early questions were similar to the NBC version ( e. g., " Every morning, John puts _________ on his cereal "), the questions quickly became more humorous.
Every morning a basket with pigeons was taken from Plymouth General Hospital to Devonport Hospital.
Every Friday morning ( 10. 00 – 12. 30 a. m .) the Waagplein is the backdrop for this traditional cheesemarket.
Every Christmas the Glen Rock Carolers sing carols throughout the borough from midnight until morning.
* Breakfast, ¹ the café-da-manhã ( literally, " morning coffee "): Every region has its own typical breakfast.
Every evening and morning they were dressed.
" Every morning, Michael and I witnessed, knocking on doors around Los Angeles, spreading the word of Jehovah.
Every castle she lived in was equipped with a gymnasium, the Knights ' Hall of the Hofburg was converted into one, mats and balance beams were installed in her bedchamber so that she could practice on them each morning, and the imperial villa at Ischl was fitted with gigantic mirrors so that she could correct every movement and position.
Every day his men would work hard erecting the first of several proposed towers ; but the next morning they would return to find the masonry collapsed in a heap.
Every hour that Napoleon could have attacked earlier as he did, would have been is his favour, but the French could not attack in the morning for the simple reason that the entire army had not yet taken its battle positions.
Every morning and evening, join your hands in meditation and pray with your heart.
The photograph was placed on the front cover of the News Chronicle ( now the Daily Mail ) the following morning under the tagline " Every picture tells a story ".
Every morning, hundreds of novices and monks from the various monasteries walk through the streets collecting alms.
Every day, during the morning, there is a parade of gigantes y cabezudos ( in English giants and big-heads respectively ), with the giants figures being more than 150 years old.
Every morning when a gun was fired, the captains were forced to attend Roberts on board his ship ; they were told that anyone who was absent would have his ship burnt.
Every morning, she visited her husband in her nightgown, which was seen as shocking, because her husband usually conferred with members of the council of state in his bed chamber at that time.
Every year, the Ohio program holds a bill rating on a Saturday morning at the state house in Columbus.
Every morning, the Qiang family will burn incense sticks or cedar twigs in the pagoda and kowtow to it, praying for the protection of the family by the god of the white stone.

Every and early
Every summer form mid-June to early July, The Heart of America Shakespeare Festival has a production at Southmoreland Park near the Nelson-Atkins Museum.
Also among the early 32 members were syndicated panel cartoonists Dave Breger ( Mister Breger ), George Clark ( The Neighbors ), Bob Dunn ( Just the Type ) and Jimmy Hatlo ( They'll Do It Every Time ); freelance magazine cartoonists Abner Dean and Mischa Richter, editorial cartoonists Rube Goldberg ( New York Sun ), Burris Jenkins ( New York Journal American ), C. D. Batchelor ( Daily News ) and Richard Q. Yardley ( The Baltimore Sun ); sports cartoonist Lou Hanlon ; illustrator Russell Patterson and comic book artists Joe Shuster and Joe Musial.
Every Corner was a Picture: A checklist compiled for the West Cornwall Art Archive of 50 artists from the early Newlyn School painters through to the present.
Marr told NME in early 1987, " Every single label came to see us.
", " Eight Days a Week " ( a number one hit single in the US in early 1965 ), " What You're Doing ", " Words of Love ", " Every Little Thing ", and " I Don't Want to Spoil the Party " ( flipside to " Eight Days a Week ", it reached number 35 in the US and it would hit number one on the US Country chart for Rosanne Cash when she remade it in 1989 ).
Bradman recorded several songs accompanying himself and others on piano in the early 1930s, including " Every Day Is A Rainbow Day For Me ".
Every year in early fall, since 1838, students from nearby Mount Holyoke College participate in Mountain Day.
One unique challenge that the team encountered early on was related to deph perception, the team remedied through the use of shadows: Every object in the game has a shadow directly below it regardless of the area's lighting.
His circle of friends and acquaintances included Lord Burghley, Fulke Greville, Philip Sidney, Edmund Spenser, John Stow, John Dee, Jacques de Thou and Ben Jonson, who was Camden's student at Westminster and who dedicated an early edition of Every Man in His Humour to him.
Every year in early summer a date is chosen to celebrate " Manchester Day ", with events such as a flea market, food stands, games, rides, and live entertainment.
Every three years since the early 1990s, the team travels to Baumholder for a series of summer friendships games.
Every part of it, including the blue and white colors ( see below ), the cross, as well as the stripe arrangement can be connected to very old historical elements ; however it is difficult to establish " continuity ", especially as there is no record of the exact reasoning behind its official adoption in early 1822.
In 1991, she launched Every Child By Two, a nationwide campaign that sought to increase early childhood immunizations along with Betty Bumpers, wife of former U. S. Senator Dale Bumpers of Arkansas.
Every year, in early Spring, a rigorous 26. 2 mile march / run is conducted at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, in honor of the service members who defended the Philippine Islands during WWII.
Every day another 100 people in the UK will start to lose their sight-but many causes of sight loss are preventable if they are caught early.
As early as the middle of the 2nd century BCE the Jewish author of the third book of the Oracula Sibyllina addressed the " chosen people ," saying: " Every land is full of thee and every sea.
Pennell remains one of her favorite songwriters and wrote some of her early work including the popular " Every Time You Say Goodbye ".
Every year in early spring the Student Elections take place nationwide, during which students vote for their representatives.
This tongue-in-cheek " doctrine " is usually summarized as " Every ten years or so, the United States needs to pick up some small crappy little country and throw it against the wall, just to show the world we mean business ," which Goldberg remembered Ledeen saying in an early 1990s speech.
The duo's second long player, Every Man and Woman is a Star ( 1991 ) found critical acclaim, and Ultramarine was frequently seen at festivals such as Megadog and Glastonbury during the early to mid 1990s.
A remix album of Every Man and Woman is a Star, entitled Companion, was issued in May 2003 and collected various early, alternative, unreleased or live versions from 1990 to 1993.

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