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* Santa Claus also known as Saint Nicholas, Father Christmas and simply " Santa ", is a figure with legendary, mythical, historical and folkloric origins who, in many western cultures, is said to bring gifts to the homes of the good children during the late evening and overnight hours of Christmas Eve, December 24.
TAP Air Portugal the Portuguese national carrier operates a daily service from Lisbon to Sal with late evening departures returning after midnight and reaching Lisbon in the early morning.
Many churches begin celebrating Easter late in the evening of Holy Saturday at a service called the Easter Vigil.
They began corresponding in the late 1820s and met for the first time in March 1830, when Isaac D ' Israeli dined at Bulwer-Lytton ’ s house ( also present that evening were Charles Pelham Villiers and Alexander Cockburn.
Salat consists of five daily prayers according to the Sunna ; the names are according to the prayer times: Fajr ( morning dawn ), Zuhr ( noon ), Asr ( afternoon ), Maghrib ( after-sunset ), and ' Isha ' ( late evening, night ).
This documentary and another ( Father Ted: Unintelligent Design and Small, Far Away – The World Of Father Ted ) followed by the episode Kicking Bishop Brennan Up The Arse were repeated again on Channel 4 late in the evening of 26 December 2011.
The large scale mobilization of the Red Guards began in the late evening of 27 January.
In the late evening of 3 April the Whites reached the eastern river banks of Tammerkoski.
By the late evening of 12 April most of the major southern parts and all the western area of the city had been occupied by the Germans, who cleared the city house by house, street by street.
Leni Riefenstahl died in her sleep on the late evening of September 8, 2003 at her home in Pöcking, Germany.
The rehearsals were halted late that evening and the band retired to Page's house — The Old Mill House in Clewer, Windsor.
His third – and final – attempt at a talk radio comeback occurred in 1997 on Cleveland radio station WTAM in a late evening time slot.
In his 1997 interview with Arthur Marx in Cigar Aficionado magazine, Falk said " One evening when I arrived late, she looked at me and asked, ' Young man, why are you always late?
Finally, late in the evening, the two ' osses do meet, at the maypole, before returning to their respective stables where the crowd sings of the ' Obby ' Oss death, until its resurrection the following May Eve.
The story, narrated by a criminologist, tells the tale of newly-engaged couple Brad Majors and Janet Weiss, who find themselves lost and with a flat tire on a cold and rainy late November evening.
By the late 1810s, it was not uncommon to dance a series of quadrilles during the evening, generally consisting of the same first three figures combined with a variety of different fourth and fifth figures.
It has been reported to be both nocturnal and crepuscular, sleeping on tree branches or in tree hollows during the day and increasing its activity in the late afternoon and early evening hours.
According to the section, once, late in the evening, Bragi was driving through " a certain forest " when a troll woman aggressively asked him who he was, in the process describing herself:
* February 15 – Clara, Lu & Em, generally regarded as the first daytime network soap opera, debuts in its morning time slot over the Blue Network of NBC Radio, having originally been a late evening program.
The word barbecue is also used to refer to a social gathering where food is served, usually outdoors in the late afternoon or evening.
1st December 1967: The first ground experimental nuclear rocket engine ( XE ) assembly, is shown here in " cold flow " configuration, as it makes a late evening arrival at Engine Test Stand No. 1 at the Nuclear Rocket Development Station, in Jackass Flats, Nevada.
Prior to the late 1930s, black tie was even discouraged as too informal for evening weddings, with Amy Vanderbilt arguing that " no man should ever be caught in a church in a tuxedo.
On 1 December 1976, Queen were the intended guests on London's early evening Today programme, but they pulled out at the last-minute, which saw their late replacement on the show, EMI labelmate the Sex Pistols, give their seminal interview.
In the late evening of 3 March, Lieutenant Colonel Blaber received notice from Brigadier General Gregory Trebon, commander of TF 11, that two SEAL teams commanded by Lieutenant Commander Vic Hyder were to be inserted into the Shahi-Kot Valley.

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The traditional ascription of the whole book to the prophet Joel was challenged in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by a theory of a three stage process of composition: 1: 1 – 2: 27 were from the hand of Joel, and dealt with a contemporary issue ; 2: 28 – 3: 21 were ascribed to a continuator with an apocalyptic outlook.
This syndrome may be hard to recognize, as it starts several days after delivery, for example, as late as 21 day for chlordiazepoxide.
In the late 20th and early 21 century in Thailand, for example, there has been a cultural shift away from western social and political values more toward Japanese and Chinese.
In the late 1990s, however, Indonesia was the country hardest hit by the East Asian Financial Crisis which led to popular protests and Suharto's resignation on 21 May 1998.
Harris believes that the tradition that John lived to old age in Ephesus developed in the late 2nd century, although the tradition does appear in the last chapter of the gospel, though this debatable tradition assumes that John the Evangelist, John the Apostle, the Beloved Disciple mentioned in John 21 and sometimes also John the Presbyter are the same person.
In late 2010 packages ranged from 128 kbit / s with 6 GB cap for MTN750 (~ US $ 21 ) to 4 Mbit / s with 31 GB cap for MTN4300 (~ US $ 118 ).
Henry claimed, citing biblical passages ( Leviticus 20: 21 ), that his marriage to Catherine was unclean because she was previously married, briefly at age 16, to his late brother ( Mary's uncle ) Arthur.
A second initiative aimed at the army's dissolution in late 2001 received a mere 21. 9 % support.
In late 2005, 21 % of families in Finland consisted of cohabitating couples ( all age groups ).
On July 21, 2009, Gidget, the Chihuahua featured in Taco Bell ads in the late 1990s, was euthanized after suffering a stroke.
Most flower in winter, before the vernal equinox ( 20 or 21 March in the Northern Hemisphere ), but certain species flower in early spring and late autumn.
It was built sometime in the late 5th century BC and has 6 × 14 columns on a base measuring 21 × 56m, on a platform three steps high.
Then general officers in tall Astrakhan hats appeared, carrying the late leader's 21 decorations and medals on small red cushions.
In late 2005 Prince signed with Universal Records to release his album, 3121, on March 21, 2006 ( 3 / 21 ).
The history of Namibia has passed through several distinct stages from being colonised in the late nineteenth century to Namibia's independence on 21 March 1990.
James I, King of Scots ( July 1394 – 21 February 1437 ), was the youngest of three sons of King Robert III and Annabella Drummond and was probably born in late July 1394 in Dunfermline.
However, assuming people mature at different rates, the specific age of 21 would be too late for some and too early for others.
As late as 1947, in Detroit, there were only 3, 000 FM receivers in use for the new band, and 21, 000 obsolete ones for the old band.
* Large displays ( 17 " to 21 "), high resolutions, high refresh rate were common among PCs by the late 1990s, although in the late 1980s and early 1990s, this was rare.
Among the total ( in late 2010 ), 44. 7 % correspond to the city of Buenos Aires, 21. 1 % to the Buenos Aires Province, 7. 6 % to Santa Fe Province, 6. 0 % to Córdoba Province and 4. 5 % to Patagonia.
The UK government introduced section 21 ( 5 ) as a late amendment in response to parliamentary pressure.
British colour television was broadcast on UHF ( channels 21 – 69 ), beginning in the late 1960s.

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