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Every summer Concordia Language Villages ' Mori no Ike Japanese village is held just outside Dent at Lakeside Camp.
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Every and summer
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 summer form mid-June to early July, The Heart of America Shakespeare Festival has a production at Southmoreland Park near the Nelson-Atkins Museum.
Every summer the group gathers in Newport, RI for week long dance training, seaside teas, and evenings enjoying the splendors of the Gilded Age.
Every summer, Wagner's operas are performed at the Festspielhaus during the month-long Richard Wagner Festival, commonly known as the Bayreuth Festival.
Every summer, the cities of Hancock and neighboring Houghton host a festival known as " Bridgefest ," to commemorate the building of the Portage Lake Lift Bridge.
Every June 20, the day before the summer solstice, round cakes called summanalia, made of flour, milk and honey and shaped as wheels, were offered to him as a token of propitiation: the wheel might be a solar symbol.
Every Sunday in the summer months ( 1 March to end October ) and on the first and third Sunday of the month in the winter months ( 1 November to end February ) the Friends of Kensal Green Cemetery run a tour starting at 14: 00 at the Anglican chapel and lasting 2 hours.
Every summer Phil Campbell hosts an annual celebration, the Downtown Hoedown ( formerly Phil Campbell Day ).
Every summer daily productions of the Days of 98 Show portray Smith's criminal antics and death in Skagway.
Every summer this city holds it annual " Porta Westfalica Fest " or " PortaFest " in honor of its Sister City.
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 summer, Chatham plays host to the annual Alger County Fair and Homecoming celebration held at the Rock River Township Recreation Area.
Every Wednesday through the summer, the town's main street is shut down for the turtle races and other attractions, such as food stands, games, and dance contests.
Every summer thousands would arrive by train at Landing Station, and then travel by water taxi across Lake Hopatcong to the area's many large resort hotels to escape the city heat and enjoy the famous " Mount Arlington breeze " which always cooled the summer evenings.
Every summer, college baseball players from around the country come to Sherrill to play for the Silversmiths.
Every summer about 30, 000 vacationers visit Pymatuning Lake for boating, fishing, swimming, and camping.
Every and Language
Every researcher communicated with Washoe by using American Sign Language ( ASL ), minimizing the use of the spoken voice.
Every year a very large number of students choose to prepare themselves to write the AP Chinese Language and Culture exam.
Every Sunday there will be a local weekend Market ( called " అ ం గడ ి" in Local Language Telugu ) is conducted.
Every year, a group of Doane Stuart students visit Lagan College, where they attend seminar courses in Irish History, Northern Ireland Politics, and Irish Language.
Every and no
Every woman has had the experience of saying no when she meant yes, and saying yes when she meant no.
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 month, f'r three days '', he said happily, `` I take no water into my system, no water whatsoever.
* Every unital real Banach algebra with no zero divisors, and in which every principal ideal is closed, is isomorphic to the reals, the complexes, or the quaternions.
* Every commutative real unital Noetherian Banach algebra with no zero divisors is isomorphic to the real or complex numbers.
Every contraction mapping is Lipschitz continuous and hence uniformly continuous ( for a Lipschitz continuous function, the constant k is no longer necessarily less than 1 ).
According to Every, one example may be " the myth of St. George " and other stories about saints battling dragons, which were " modelled no doubt in many cases on older representations of the creator and preserver of the world in combat with chaos ".
Every repetition of insertion sort removes an element from the input data, inserting it into the correct position in the already-sorted list, until no input elements remain.
Every patient with a point total of 6 or higher is unequivocally classified as an RA patient, provided he has synovitis in at least one joint and given that there is no other diagnosis better explaining the synovitis.
Every lethal viral disease presents a paradox: killing its host is obviously of no benefit to the virus, so how and why did it evolve to do so?
Every third odd number is divisible by 3, which requires that no three successive odd numbers can be prime unless one of them is 3.
They draw three conclusions from Austin: ( 1 ) A performative utterance does not communicate information about an act second-hand — it is the act ; ( 2 ) Every aspect of language (" semantics, syntactics, or even phonematics ") functionally interacts with pragmatics ; ( 3 ) There is no distinction between language and speech.
Every Baronet of Ruddigore since then had fallen under the curse's influence, and died in agony once he could no longer bring himself to continue a life of crime.
Every other province had the freedom to regulate the religious question as it wished, although the Union stated every person should be free in the choice of his personal religion and no person should be prosecuted based on his or her religious choice.
The Body of Liberties adopted in 1641 by the Massachusetts Bay colonists states, “ Every married woman shall be free from bodily correction or stripes by her husband, unless it be in his own defense from her assault .” In the United States, legal decisions in Mississippi ( 1824 ) and North Carolina ( 1868 and 1874 ) make reference to — and reject — an unnamed " old doctrine " or " ancient law " by which a man was allowed to beat his wife with a stick no wider than his thumb.
Every week, Newkirk holds what The New Yorker calls a war council, with two dozen of her top strategists gathered round a square table in the PETA conference room, no suggestion considered too outrageous.