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Every president since Taft, except for Jimmy Carter, threw out at least one ceremonial first ball or pitch for Opening Day, the All-Star Game, or the World Series, usually with much fanfare.
Former Feyenoord player Mike Obiku once said " Every time you enter the pitch, you're stepping into a lion's home.
Every time a string is fretted it is also stretched, and as it stretches the string rises in pitch, making all fretted tones sound sharp.
Every time the metal is removed from the pitch bowl, it needs to be cleaned and re-annealed.
Every President of the United States from William Howard Taft to John F. Kennedy threw a ceremonial first pitch at least once at Griffith.
Every player on the pitch wore # 9, the standard number for starting scrum-halves.
Every summer there is a mini pitch football tournament on the local courts in the village center.
Every pitch is considered a strike, regardless of whether it crosses the strike zone or not.
Every time Imagineers pitch the ride idea to Disney executives, it is vetoed.

Every and game
** Every infinite game in which is a Borel subset of Baire space is determined.
Every game during the 2002 season was sold out.
Every home game since May 15, 2003 has been sold out — a MLB record that has spanned almost nine years.
Every game in the main Zelda series has consisted of three principal areas: an overworld in which movement is multidirectional, allowing the player some degree of freedom of action ; areas of interaction with other characters ( merely caves or hidden rooms in the first game, but expanding to entire towns and cities in subsequent games ) in which the player gains special items or advice ; and dungeons, areas of labyrinthine layout, usually underground, comprising a wide range of difficult enemies, bosses, and items.
Every year since 1911, Wabash College has played rival DePauw University in a football game called the Monon Bell Classic.
The gag originated in a sketch in which Scott Thompson played a homophobic man who took offense at another man's ( McKinney ) attempt to seduce him by taking him to a Maple Leafs game: " Every time I come to this city, some guy picks me up at the bus station, takes me to a Leaf game, gets me pissed, then tries to blow me.
The spirit of the rule is generally something in good fun ; while rules that unfairly sway the game in favor of one player or to the detriment of one specific player are quite easy to concoct (" Every time James plays a ten, he gets a penalty of ten cards "), they are also generally frowned upon as unsportsmanlike.
Every Mario Kart game has featured a version of Donkey Kong as a playable character.
Every player receives a prize for participating on Survivor depending on how long he or she lasts in the game.
Every time he throws a point above ten ( or passes ten -- whence the name of the game ), the banker must double the player's stakes and the stakes of all those who have risked their money on the same chance.
Every computer or console in the game renders the virtual world and characters in realtime sufficiently fast enough that the number of frames per second makes the visual simulation seem like standard full motion video or better.
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.
On November 7, 2006 he also produced Lumines II for PSP, the sequel to the popular original ( this time supplementing the original score with a heavy integration of music videos ), and a shooter / puzzle hybrid game called Every Extend Extra ( a heavily-modified ' synesthesia ' update to an existing PC freeware title, Every Extend ," by indie developer " Omega "), which was released on August 7, 2006.
Every game financed is, then, a large gamble, and pressure to succeed is high.
Every player must have cards of opposing suits since at most every player can have four of one suit in hand at the end of the game ( which happens when one player Tries and the others draw the Tried suit on their final turns ).
Every year the first football game of the season is Locust Grove versus Salina in the Battle of Highway 82.
Every game in the Mario Party series contains 50 to 80 mini-games of a few different types.
Every character featured in the game derives from a popular Nintendo franchise.
Every game, he once said, was as inimitable and invaluable as a poem.
Every 51s game is broadcast by KBAD 920-AM, the local Fox Sports Radio affiliate, with Russ Langer returning for his tenth season as the broadcast's play-by-play man.
" Every so often, he would sign off by saying, " Don't fail to miss tomorrow's game!

Every and brought
Every synod elects a Permanent Judicial Commission, which has original jurisdiction in remedial cases brought against its constituent presbyteries, and which also serves as an ecclesiastical court of appeal for decisions rendered by its presbyteries ' Permanent Judicial Commissions.
The popularity of her number-one hit " With Every Heartbeat " and subsequent international album release Robyn ( 2005 ) in 2007 brought her mainstream success worldwide.
In 1696 Henry Every ( or Avery ), using the assumed name Henry Bridgeman, brought his ship Fancy, loaded with pirate's loot, into Nassau harbor.
Maxwell Fyfe brought up Raeder's order of 15 October 1939, which read: " Measures which are considered necessary from a military point of view will have to be carried out, even if they are not covered by existing international law ... Every protest from neutral powers will have to be turned down ... The more ruthlessly economic warfare is waged ... the sooner the war will come to an end ".
Every winter he brought horses with him by train.
The 1940s brought us Before I Hang ( 1940 ), Black Friday ( 1940 ), Dr. Cyclops ( 1940 ), The Devil Commands ( 1941 ), Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde ( 1941 ), Man Made Monster ( 1941 ), It Happened Tomorrow ( 1944 ), It Happens Every Spring ( 1949 ), and The Perfect Woman ( 1949 ).
Every year since 2007, Issey Miyake has brought out a " limited time only " fragrance for ladies in which he brings in a " guest " perfumer.
Every evening from this time on Gribelin brought to him at the Military Club the program for the next day ; Du Paty and Henry, whose connection with the affair Esterhazy soon knew, saw him several times, sometimes at the Montmartre cemetery, sometimes on the Pont d ' Alexandre III.
Every time a Great Train Robber was caught law dictated that they had to be brought back to the small court house at Linslade to be charged.
Every compulsion in psychic life is brought about by suppression ".
Every political position adopted by NEA was brought by one of its members to the annual Representative Assembly, where it was considered on the floor, debated, and voted on by elected delegates.
Every spring brought flooding ; families were driven from their homes ; children walked to school through mud sloughs.
Every week the boilers consumed 1, 000 tons of coal brought in on company rail wagons from the company collieries near Pontefract.
" Every anniversary, the monument is decorated with flowers and on the Mexican holiday Day of the Dead, candles and offerings are brought on behalf of the victims.
Every week a prominent figure in the field of science is brought in to give a one-hour lecture on their chosen subject ( subjects range from forensic science to the latest solar panel technology to the size of the universe ), and then students break into groups to meet with their adviser and discuss their year-long science project.
: Every person who under color of any statute, ordinance, regulation, custom, or usage, of any State or Territory or the District of Columbia, subjects, or causes to be subjected, any citizen of the United States or other person within the jurisdiction thereof to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured by the Constitution and laws, shall be liable to the party injured in an action at law, Suit in equity, or other proper proceeding for redress, except that in any action brought against a judicial officer for an act or omission taken in such officer's judicial capacity, injunctive relief shall not be granted unless a declaratory decree was violated or declaratory relief was unavailable.
Theta Kappa Nu ’ s heritage entered that of the united fraternity with additions to the coat of arms, the white tudor rose as the fraternity flower, a new pledge pin design, a new pledge ceremony ( a condensed version of Theta Kappa Nu ’ s ritual ), and the open motto “ Vir Quisque Vir ,” or “ Every man a man .” It also brought talented leadership to Lambda Chi Alpha that helped steer the
Every major Korean neo-Confucianist shared Toegye's preoccupation with single-mindedness, which signalled new stress on praxis in the development of Korean neo-Confucianism: the fusion of the metaphysical and the physical is better brought about through action than speculation, important as theory might be.
Every effort was taken to add to the measures brought in by the previous government to boost tillage farming and industry and to encourage the population to avoid British imports and “ Buy Irish Goods ”.
Every day of delay in securing Norway by the Swedes brought uncertainty to them regarding the outcome, so both parties were interested in a quick end to the war.
Stewart brought in mate Ronnie Wood to play guitar, as well as many others who would appear on Stewart's Every Picture Tells a Story, released later in 1971.
In England and Wales, section 1 ( 5 ) of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 provides that " Every decree of divorce shall in the first instance be a decree nisi and shall not be made absolute before the expiration of six months from its grant ", and section 9 ( 1 ) allows any person ( including the Queen's Proctor ), before the decree is made absolute, to " show cause why the decree should not be made absolute by reason of material facts not having been brought before the court ".
Every man brought a copy of his school rules, or knew them by heart, and our progress in framing new rules was slow.

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