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Every and week
Every year about this time National Gargle Your Cooling System week rolls around.
Every week Holbrook writes the story line for the next three weeks for one of his strips and draws the next three weeks ' worth of strips for another.
Every week before June 19, the strip focuses on Garfield's birthday, which he dreads because of his fear of getting older.
: Every single week,
Every summer the group gathers in Newport, RI for week long dance training, seaside teas, and evenings enjoying the splendors of the Gilded Age.
In the autumn of 1970 Jurgen Wischnewski of the SPD declared,Every week more than three plans for reform come up for decision in cabinet and in the Assembly .’ ”
Every week the show took its " Roving Camera " to hangouts around town, recording kids ' jokes or complaints about life, which would be played on the following week's broadcast.
Every week, the beautiful floor received a generous serving of wax flakes.
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.
Every now and then we then one thing hard-for example one week we were mad on Cat's cradle – at least Rivers, Ray and I were-McDougall soon fell victim and even Myers eventually succumbed.
Every year since 1880, the organizations of the French left have held a demonstration in this symbolic place during the last week of May.
Every other year, the people gather in Nulato to celebrate the week long Stick Dance Festival.
Every Sunday, sometimes also during the week, the Yacht Sail Boating Club hosts a sailboat race.
Every year from the last week of April through the end of the first week of May, Wenatchee hosts the Washington State Apple Blossom Festival, which probably brings in the largest number of people Wenatchee sees annually, with the exception of all the migrant workers coming in to pick the crop.
Every week of the Michaelmas and Lent terms, and twice in Easter term, Churchill is host to Pav, a music event unusual for Cambridge events in that it is free and open to all university members.
Every year in the third week of May the ATP tournament takes place in Sankt Pölten.
During the 1999 NATO bombing of Yugoslavia, Friedman wrote the following in The New York Times: " Like it or not, we are at war with the Serbian nation ( the Serbs certainly think so ), and the stakes have to be very clear: Every week you ravage Kosovo is another decade we will set your country back by pulverizing you.
Every year there is a travelling carnival with rides and merry-go-arounds for a week, in " Stevneplassen ".
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 week, the newest publication of Memín begins where the last publication had left off.
Every other week, there is one day allotted for gear maintenance, and discretionary time to be used by team leaders is built into the schedule.
Every third week in May is Hiphop Appreciation Week.
Every week, he left her food near the statue, which was placed outside the house, but nobody knew he was doing it.
Every week, water samples of each beach are collected for analysis to find out their bacterial level.

Every and term
Every president to date has let his or her party membership rest dormant during his term of office.
Every even-numbered year either two or three members are elected by the people to serve a four-year term.
Every term of the series after the first is the harmonic mean of the neighboring terms ; the phrase harmonic mean likewise derives from music.
Every person who contravenes section 20, section 21, or section 22 commits an offense and is liable on conviction on indictment to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 7 years.
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.
The flag was created in 1920 by the members of the UNIA in response to the enormously popular 1900 coon song " Every Race Has a Flag but the Coon ," which has been cited as one of the three coon songs that " firmly established the term coon in the American vocabulary ".
Every four years six ordained elders, who are at least 35 years old and are not over 68 years old, are elected by the General Assembly of the Church of the Nazarene for a four-year term.
Every academician might use his favourite form of Interlingua, the term being initially used in a general sense as a synonym for international language, yet it soon began to be specially used to denote a reformed Latino sine flexione based on the common rules the academicians were reaching by frequent votings.
Every year since the College began in 1932, every Bennington College student has engaged in internships and volunteer opportunities each winter term.
Every term there are two awards given: The Order of The Gouda, to the cheesiest performer, and The Orca, awarded to the band member who wails the hardest.
In Latin literature, Appius Claudius Caecus uses this term in his Sententiæ, referring to the ability of man to control his destiny and what surrounds him: Homo faber suae quisque fortunae ( Every man is the artifex of his destiny ).
Although the organization is secretive, it holds one regular public event each year, the National Prayer Breakfast held in Washington, D. C. Every sitting United States president since President Dwight D. Eisenhower, up to President Barack Obama, has participated in at least one National Prayer Breakfast during his term.
The Great Seal is protected under the Security of Information Act, Section 5 ( 2 )( e ) stating: " Every person who, without lawful authority or excuse, manufactures or sells, or has in his possession for sale, any die, seal or scribble referred to in subsection ( 1 ) is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term of not more than 14 years or by summary conviction and liable to imprisonment for a term of not more than 12 months or to a fine of not more than $ 2, 000.
Every Senate district elects its members to serve two four-year terms and one two-year term per decade.
::( 2 ) Every female person who, being pregnant, with intent to procure her own miscarriage, uses any means or permits any means to be used for the purpose of carrying out her intention is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years.
Every year during this period, more than a hundred MBA students from IIM Calcutta leave for foreign institutes, and an equivalent number from various B-schools arrive in IIM Calcutta to spend the term there.
Every term, the Oxford Student's sister magazine, Exposition, is released along with the penultimate issue of the paper.
Every variation has a term, including:
* Tom, Dick and Harry, for a series of three specific unnamed ( usually male ) people ; or for any number of unknown people, usually with the term " every ", for example: " Every Tom, Dick and Harry showed up to the party ".
' Every person having a husband or wife living, who marries another, whether married or single, in a Territory, or other place over which the United States have exclusive jurisdiction, is guilty of bigamy, and shall be punished by a fine of not more than $ 500, and by imprisonment for a term of not more than five years.
Every term, the club runs four beginner trips out to either Rumney or Winslow, one intermediate / advanced trip to Cathedral or Cannon, and one weekend trip to the Shawangunks in New Paltz, New York.
Every summer term following exams, a mass water fight known as Opit is held on the grass behind Lawn Anex.

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