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mornings and I
Again among those jubilantly reunited bunkmates, I was shy with Jessie and acted as I had during those early Saturday mornings when we all seemed to be playing for effect, to be detached and unconcerned with the girls who were properly our dates but about whom, later, in the privacy of our bunks, we would think in terms of the most elaborate romance.
Meyer Berger recalled that, as a child, " On Saturday mornings, I used to venture from Brooklyn with my father to Radio Row on Cortlandt Street in Lower Manhattan, where he and hundreds of other New York men moved from stall to stall in search of the elusive tube that would make the radio work again.
Some mornings when I walked in to wake him for work, I would find him sprawled fully dressed across the bed, too tired to remove his clothes.
Your pleasant mist when on early mornings I ascended to the heights!
:" Island of the Blue Dolphins, though it is based upon the true story of a girl who lived alone on a California island for eighteen years, came from the memory of my years at San Pedro and Dead Man's Island, when, with other boys my age, I voyaged out on summer mornings in search of adventure.
I was partying, and I woke up many mornings not knowing what I had done the night before.
(" In the mornings I drink hot chocolate, because afterwards I begin the work.
ABC found that it needed to start a weekend edition of the program after several incidents between 2001 and 2003 where the network was the last to break news because of its commitment to airing the ABC Kids block on Saturday mornings, the most-serious incident being the 2003 Space Shuttle Columbia disaster, where the network had to balance the need of breaking the tragic news with the cartoons and teen sitcoms being aired for a young audience while the news broke and federal E / I requirements.
I sometimes went to the Actors Studio on Saturday mornings because Elia Kazan was teaching, and there were usually a lot of good-looking girls, but Strasberg never taught me acting.
Speaking in 1984 she said " I did several mornings on TV-am a week or so ago.
Sunday Love Songs, which Wright presents on his own, on Sunday mornings between 9 and 11, features a number of standard items including Contact, I Just Met, Getting Hitched and Chocolate and Flowers.
Loekle ( As I Please – Saturday mornings at 7 a. m. and Stand-up Academy ), Freund ( Hour of the Wolf ), Smith, and Schmid are still at the station.
When the adjectival form is followed by a verb, the gerund is used: I am used to going to college in the mornings.
I take on too many projects and try to split my writing mornings into two or three tasks ... It doesn't work.
Though the program did not qualify for the educational / informational designation, it nonetheless remained on Saturday mornings after the new designation debuted in 1996, one of the few non-E / I programs to survive the rules changes.
During rush hours this route is serviced by trains I and K. Last departures at night and on mornings are run as T-trains.
I sift through all these notes on Monday mornings and select several to develop.
The station carries the minimum amount of educational and informational children's programming, as the Toonzai lineup features one hour of E / I shows, and the station airs various syndicated E / I programming weekday mornings at 7 a. m.

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When he awoke in the mornings, she was in his mind and he could hardly wait to get to school to be near her in the flesh.
Lewis was spending his mornings, with the help of two secretaries, on the galleys of that long novel, making considerable revisions, and the combination of hard work and hard frivolity exhausted him once more, so that he was compelled to spend three days in the Harbor Sanatorium in the last week of January.
Francis presented himself as an open and approachable monarch ( he regularly set aside two mornings each week to meet his imperial subjects, regardless of status, by appointment in his office, even speaking to them in their own language ), but his will was sovereign.
Thenceforth, his program was twofold, as he devoted himself to his work in astronomy in the mornings, and to logic in the evenings.
Orbison noticed that he was unable to control the tremor in the late afternoon and evenings, and chose to record in the mornings when it was possible.
The first version, known as Smalltalk-71, was created by Ingalls in a few mornings on a bet that a programming language based on the idea of message passing inspired by Simula could be implemented in " a page of code.
In its last three seasons, UPN was one of only two of the major broadcast networks ( Pax TV ( now Ion Television ) was the other ) not to air a children's programming block on weekend mornings.
This character, designed by Hawley Pratt, was subsequently the subject of its own series of animated cartoons which gained its greatest fame when aired on Saturday mornings as The Pink Panther Show.
His use of corrugated steel, chain link fencing, unpainted plywood and other utilitarian or " everyday " materials was partly inspired by spending Saturday mornings at his grandfather's hardware store.
For the first three months, Captain Kangaroo was only seen on weekday mornings.
From then until 1968, the show was also seen on Saturday mornings, except in the 1964-1965 season, when it was replaced by a Keeshan vehicle called Mr. Mayor.
In the fall of 1982, it returned to an hour format, but was moved to Saturday mornings at 7 a. m. Eastern Time and 6 a. m. in other time zones.
The show was meant to offer a program for children on Saturday mornings.
As a widower, Juan Diego walked every Saturday and Sunday to church, and on cold mornings, wore a woven cloth called a tilma, or ayate made with coarse fibers from the maguey cactus, as cotton was only used by the upper class Aztec.
Instead, he began to play for Langley Park Juniors on Saturday mornings at the age of eleven, and by the time he was 15, he was representing the club at Under-18 level.
For much of the 20th century Britain had a system where fresh milk was delivered to the doorstep in reusable glass bottles in the mornings, usually by electric vehicles called " milk floats ", though it has now been largely replaced by supermarket shopping.
The top of the foreign policy-making hill was the NSC itself, chaired by the President, which met regularly on Thursday mornings.
Portugal moved to Central European Time and Central European Summer Time in 1992, but reverted to Western European Time in 1996 after concluding that energy savings were small, it had a disturbing effect on children's sleeping habits as it would not get dark until 22: 00 or 22: 30 in summer evenings and, during the winter mornings, the sun was still rising at 9: 00, with repercussions on standards of learning and school performance, and insurance companies reported a rise in the number of accidents.

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During the migration to the digital platform, Foxtel's Fox Kids ( similar to the US version ) channel was discontinued in 2004 and a selection of its programming was moved to FOX8 in the early mornings.
On Saturday mornings, in a time when most of the cartoon output of the three networks were similar, Silverman oversaw the development of an animated series based on The Smurfs ; the animated series The Smurfs ran from 1981 to 1989, well after Silverman's departure, making it one of his longest-lasting contributions to the network.
The station added a weekend morning show in March 2008 which follows a similar format to weekday mornings, but without traffic updates every ten minutes and news headlines at: 15 and: 45 ( The Weekend Morning News with Jill Bennett ).
On Saturday and Sunday mornings the combined Charleston Gazette-Mail is published, which is, more or less, similar to the Gazette.
( While this format was not successful in prime time, a similar presentation of Notre Dame football later became a staple of Sunday mornings for many years on CBS with Lindsey Nelson as the announcer.
From the time KDFW became a Fox affiliate ( and later owned-and-operated station ) in 1995, the station has placed more emphasis on local news ; maintaining a newscast schedule that is very similar to a CBS, ABC, or NBC affiliated station, along with the added weeknight 5: 30 and nightly 9 p. m. newscasts and the additional two hours of news on weekday mornings.
Satellite channel The Vault began repeating 1991-92 and 1996-97 episodes from December 2006 on Saturday mornings, similar to the shows original timeslot on ITV, though not in chronological order.
However, there is a growing trend of some television stations adopting a newscast schedule similar to the American television model, with locally-produced newscasts in the mornings ( usually lasting about 3 to 3½ hours and airing only on weekdays, though a few stations do carry weekend morning newscasts ) and during the lunch hour, in addition to early and late-evening newscasts ; most owned-and-operated stations of Global nationwide and most CTV O & Os located west of the Ontario / Manitoba border have adopted this scheduling format for their local news programming.
Paxson kept a similar lineup for WTJC, airing religious programming in early mornings, infomercials for most of the day, and worship music overnight.

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