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Every morning he would walk through the grounds to his office in the Priory.
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Every morning early, in the summer, we searched the trunks of the trees as high as we could reach for the locust shells, carefully detached their hooked claws from the bark where they hung, and stabled them, a weird faery herd, in an angle between the high roots of the tulip tree, where no grass grew in the dense shade.
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 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 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 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 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.
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.
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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 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 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 new scandal which would provide more `` copy '' for Marshall's pen would thus mean more publicity for Welch.
Every single instance of altruistic behavior need not always increase inclusive fitness ; altruistic behaviors would have been selected for if such behaviors on average increased inclusive fitness in the ancestral environment.
George Every claims that the existence of " myths in the Bible would now be admitted by nearly everyone ", including " probably all Roman Catholics and a majority of Protestants ".
A Girl in Every Port is considered by film scholars to be the most important film of Hawks's silent career because it is his first film to introduce many of the Hawksian themes and characters that would continue until his final films.
Every few steps Nasreddin would stop and shake his hands in the air, touch his feet and jump up yelling " Hu Hu Hu !".
Every member would have decision-making power in the firm and would be able to participate in establishing its overall policy objectives.
* Every species is fertile enough that if all offspring survived to reproduce the population would grow ( fact ).
Every five years since the Walkman personal stereo was born in 1979 until 1999, Sony would celebrate by coming out with an anniversary cassette model on July 1.
Every year ships would come from London to drop off supplies and trade goods in exchange for the furs.
Every year for twenty-three years at Samhain, the fire-breathing fairy Aillen would lull the men of Tara to sleep with his music before burning the palace to the ground, and the Fianna, led by Goll mac Morna, were powerless to prevent it.
Every year ships would come from London to the Pacific ( via Cape Horn ) to drop off supplies and trade goods in their trading posts in the Pacific Northwest and pick up the accumulated furs used to pay for these supplies.
Every year the mayor and the 24 échevins would swear an oath of allegiance " between the hands " of the king or his representative, usually the lieutenant général or the sénéchaussée.
Every year they would organise an annual meeting, as well as four other academic meetings, where they discussed their research.