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Not only were the contestants pleased with the Class, but it aroused the interest of all in attendance that day.
His table, attendance and officers were an honour to the nation.
Jurors were required to be under oath, which was not required for attendance at the assembly.
They were bound to be in attendance on certain days under penalty of fine, and sign letters and diplomas.
By decree of pope Leo X they were created papal nobles, ranking as Comes palatinus (' Count Palatine '), familiars and members of the papal household, so that they might enjoy all the privileges of domestic prelates and of prelates in actual attendance on the Pope, as regards plurality of benefices as well as expectives.
It approved the state's blue law restricting commercial activities on Sunday, noting that while such laws originated to encourage attendance at Christian churches, the contemporary Maryland laws were intended to serve " to provide a uniform day of rest for all citizens " on a secular basis and to promote the secular values of " health, safety, recreation, and general well-being " through a common day of rest.
Those Milwaukee " home " games were phenomenally successful, with the handful of games accounting for about one-third of total White Sox home attendance.
Had it not been for the strike that ended the season, they may have broken their own season attendance record, as they were on a pace to do just that.
She was well suited to the precise work but later wrote, " this was the lowest depth I ever reached in commercial art, and although it was a period when youth and romance were in their first attendance on me, I remember it with gloom and record it with shame.
Among those in attendance were Jones ' widow, Marian Jones ; daughter Linda Clough ; and grandchildren Craig, Todd and Valerie Kausen.
At the same time, a new Act of Uniformity was passed, which made attendance at church and the use of an adapted version of the 1552 Book of Common Prayer compulsory, though the penalties for recusancy, or failure to attend and conform, were not extreme.
The then Prime Minister of Australia, John Howard, and the then Prime Minister of New Zealand, Helen Clark, were also in attendance, and Clark was accompanied by the official NZ Defence Force party, veterans of several past wars, and 10 New Zealand college students who won the New Zealand ' Prime Minister's Essay Competition ' with their work on Gallipoli.
lang ; in attendance were Roy Clark, Gunilla Hutton, Barbi Benton, the Hager twins, Linda Thompson, Misty Rowe and others.
He wired Carnarvon to come, and on 26 November 1922, with Carnarvon, Carnarvon's daughter, and others in attendance, Carter made the " tiny breach in the top left hand corner " of the doorway, and was able to peer in by the light of a candle and see that many of the gold and ebony treasures were still in place.
Kirk schools were not free, attendance was not compulsory and they generally imparted only basic literacy such as the ability to read the Bible.
The initial meetings were very small, with fewer than 35 people in attendance at each of the first five meetings.
While attendance figures were stagnant for most of the NFL, Jacksonville saw an increase of 36. 5 %, by far the highest in the league, and had none of their home games blacked out.
The historian N. J. Higham offers another explanation for their attendance, arguing that Æthelberht sent the pair to the council because of shifts in Frankish policy towards the Kentish kingdom, which threatened Kentish independence, and that the two clergymen were sent to negotiate a compromise with Chlothar.
Marx's daughter Eleanor and Charles Longuet and Paul Lafargue, Marx's two French socialist sons-in-law, were also in attendance.
Schools were constructed throughout the island and attendance was made mandatory.
However, the lectures were given in the English language, which Mao could not understand, and so he soon abandoned this and began attendance at the government-run Changsha Middle School ; he soon dropped out of this too, finding its courses too rooted in old Confucian ideas and traditions.
Boys from Stowe school were in attendance at one lecture and tour conducted by Evans himself at age 85, walking with a stick, remembered by Ventris, who was present.
Although attendances were not recorded for many of the earliest matches at North Road, the highest documented attendance was approximately 15, 000 for a First Division match against Sunderland on 4 March 1893.
The only people in attendance were actor William Holden, the best man, and his wife, actress Brenda Marshall, the matron of honor.
His efforts began to accrue debt as the Titans ' first two seasons were mediocre with attendance dropping in the team's second year.

attendance and Webb
While on tour supporting Mockingbird, Webb noticed that attendance at his shows had increased dramatically after he had made Mockingbird available for free online.
The elementary schools in the St. Stephens attendance area are St. Stephens, Clyde Campbell, Webb A. Murray, and Snow Creek.

attendance and Casey
In attendance were Captain Clarence Renshaw, one of Groves ' assistants ; Major Hugh J. Casey, the chief of the Construction Division's Design and Engineering Section ; and George Bergstrom, a former president of the American Institute of Architects.
The Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza has been recognized by many entertainment magazines as one of the best in the country for arenas under 10, 000 in capacity, especially for its attendance and ease of show setup and teardown.

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In 1965, he organized the first international conference on liquid crystals, in Kent, Ohio, with about 100 of the world s top liquid crystal scientists in attendance.
One would be a large event with an average of 800 guests in attendance, most of whom were the nation s leading merchants, members of the lower nobility, and guards stationed in and around the city of the event.
The Zoo is Nebraska s number one paid attendance attraction and has welcomed more than 25 million visitors over the past 40 years.
The ceremony took place at Harris s home ; Comanche Nation Tribal Administrator Johnny Wauqua was in attendance.
At Super Bowl XXXV in January 2001, police in Tampa Bay, Florida, used Identix s facial recognition software, FaceIt, to scan the crowd for potential criminals and terrorists in attendance at the event.
In the tomb of Meryre II, Nefertiti s steward, the royal couple is shown seated in a kiosk with their six daughters in attendance.
On the 2009-10 Ohio report card, Kettering schools met all 26 state standards in testing, attendance and graduation rates earning the state s highest category, Excellent with Distinction.
In the English-language debate, Layton criticized Michael Ignatieff's poor attendance record in the House of Commons, saying " You know, most Canadians, if they don t show up for work, they don t get a promotion!
Branden married Barbara Weidman in 1953, with close friends Ayn Rand and Rand s husband Frank O Connor in attendance.
Mercadante s Il Giuramento, the first opera performance, appears one week later with First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln in attendance
In addition to the child s physical and health status, other factors contributing to high dropout rates are family issues and competing priorities for the child s time, irregular teacher attendance, subject irrelevance, and poor quality of teaching.
Robie's quiet attendance at Foussard s funeral is marred by Danielle's open accusation that he is responsible for her father's death.
While pursuing his Bachelors degree at the University of the West Indies, he served as Chairman of the university s External Affairs Commission, where he gained exposure to world leaders and international political thought through attendance at a number of international student fora.
Transfer cash directly to households, most often through the women of the household, if certain conditions are met ( e. g. children s school attendance or doctor visits ) ( 10 ).
Membership in Narcotics Anonymous is voluntary ; no attendance records are kept either for NA s own purposes or for others.
15. 02 Where the parent or guardian of any pupil attending a public school sends a written notice to the teacher of the pupil stating that for conscientious reasons he does not wish the pupil to attend the ceremony of reading prescribed selections from the Bible and reciting the Lord s Prayer at the opening of school, the teacher shall excuse the pupil from attendance at such ceremony and at his discretion may assign the pupil some other useful employment at school during that period, but the pupil so excused shall not be deprived of any other benefits of the school by reason of his non-attendance at the ceremony.
Sozomen describes Pulcheria s and her sisters ' pious ways in his Ecclesiastical History: “ They all pursue the same mode of life ; they are sedulous in their attendance in the house of prayer, and evince great charity towards strangers and the poor ... and pass their days and their nights together in singing the praises of God .” Rituals within the imperial palace also included chanting and reciting passages in the scripture, and fasting twice a week.
In Campbell v MGN Ltd, the House of Lords held that the Daily Mirror had breached Naomi Campbell s confidentiality rights by publishing reports and pictures of her attendance at Narcotics Anonymous meetings.
:"… if by chance anyone who had been in attendance on the elders should come my way, I inquired about the words of the elders — that is, what according to the elders Andrew or Peter said, or Philip, or Thomas or James, or John or Matthew or any other of the Lord s disciples, and whatever Aristion and the elder John, the Lord s disciples, were saying.

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