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On a misty Sunday morning last month, a small band of militant anti-Communists called the Minutemen held maneuvers in a foggy field about fifteen miles east of here.
from Brown Corpus
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On and misty
On a vessel at sea, this is usually no problem ; on misty days, sighting from a low height above the water may give a more definite, better horizon.
We rode in sorrow, with strong hounds three, Bran, Sgeolan, and Lomair, On a morning misty and mild and fair. The mist-drops hung on the fragrant trees, And in the blossoms hung the bees. We rode in sadness above Lough Lean, For our best were dead on Gavra's green.
On a misty or foggy morning, standing atop the hill at the college, you feel like you're in Scotland.
On the misty night of 31 January to 1 February 1918, five collisions occurred, involving eight different vessels.
Charles Oman writes " On that misty October 14th morning, at Sobral, the Napoleonic tide attained its highest watermark.
On his way home his ship, the SS Kaiser Wilhelm II, collided with another vessel, the grain carrier Incemore, in misty conditions in the English Channel.
On January 20 in cold and misty weather infantry and cavalry units of the Desert Rats launched a first attack on the ( assumed ) two German companies of the 2nd Battalion Fallschirmjäger Regiment Hübner in Sint Joost.
On and Sunday
On that final Sunday at Pensacola neither Palmer nor Player was leading the tournament and, as it turned out, neither won it.
On Sunday January 7, it was announced that Randy Johnson would return to the Diamondbacks on a two year contract, pending a physical.
* 1887 – On Easter Sunday, Pope Leo XIII authorizes the establishment of The Catholic University of America.
On 29 May 2007 it was reported that General Sir Mike Jackson, second-in-command of 1 Para on Bloody Sunday, said: " I have no doubt that innocent people were shot ".
On Easter Sunday, 31 March 1991, the first fatal clashes occurred when Croatian police from the Croatian Ministry of the Interior ( MUP ) entered the Plitvice Lakes national park to expel rebel Serb forces.
On 25 May 2006, the then British Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott was photographed by The Mail on Sunday playing croquet at his official residence, Dorneywood.
On Palm Sunday, 1084, Henry IV solemnly enthroned Clement at St. Peter ’ s Basilica and on Easter Day, Clement returned the favor and crowned Henry IV as Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.
On Midsummer's Day, Sunday, 1509, Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon were anointed and crowned together by the Archbishop of Canterbury at a lavish ceremony at Westminster Abbey.
On Palm Sunday, in April 2008, a brawl broke out when a Greek monk was ejected from the building by a rival faction.
On Sunday, November 9, 2008, a clash erupted between Armenian and Greek monks during celebrations for the Feast of the Cross.
On pro golf tours, professional caddies accompany their player to all events, which usually take place from Thursday through Sunday.
The 2006 " Days of Syn " was on 26 – 28 August ( UK August Bank Holiday weekend ) and featured a talk on Dr. Syn at the Anglican church at 6: 30 p. m. On Sunday at 3 p. m. there was a church service where Dr. Syn and the cast appeared in period costume.
On Tuesday, February 14, 2012, the Red Wings set the NHL record for most consecutive wins at home in a single season by winning their 21st home game with a 3-1 victory over the Dallas Stars, and on Sunday, February 19, 2012, defeated the San Jose Sharks to record their 23rd consecutive home victory, breaking the overall record previously held by the Boston Bruins over two seasons from 1929-1930.
On 18 May 1152 ( Whit Sunday ), eight weeks after her annulment, Eleanor married Henry ' without the pomp and ceremony that befitted their rank '.
On November 3, 2004, the Federal Chancellor, Gerhard Schröder, suggested that the " Day of the German Unity " be celebrated on a Sunday, for economic reasons.
On the morning of Sunday 17 December 1967, Holt, friends Christopher Anderson, Jan Lee and George Illson and his two bodyguards drove down from Melbourne to see the British lone yachtsman Alec Rose sail through Port Phillip Heads in his boat Lively Lady to complete a leg of his solo circumnavigation of the globe, which started and ended in England.
On 3 October 2010, CBS Sunday Morning aired an in-depth interview with Lennon that covered much of his life, including his relationship with his parents and sibling, his career, and his experience growing up as the son of one of the world's most famous celebrities.
On Sunday afternoons when we went calling on the older generation of relatives, those who had been active in the Sixties, I sat on the bony knees of veterans and the fat slippery laps of great aunts and heard them talk.
On Sunday, August 8, 2010, NBC announced the televised opening festivities of the evening would begin with Taylor Swift and Dave Matthews Band.
On Sunday 7 October 2001, American and British forces began an aerial bombing campaign targeting Taliban forces and al-Qaeda.
On a Sunday in 1962, the world stood still at the brink of nuclear war during the October Cuban missile crisis from the implementation of U. S. vs U. S. S. R. nuclear blackmail policy.
On and morning
On the morning of September 2 the Fourth Corps and the Armies of the Tennessee and the Ohio followed the line of Hardee's retreat.
On the morning of November 17th, Cornwallis and 2,000 men had left Philadelphia with the object of capturing Fort Mercer at Red Bank, New Jersey.
On Wednesday morning, November 2, 1859, the Providence Daily Journal stated that although Brown justly deserved the extreme penalty, no man, however criminal, ought to suffer the penalty without a fair trial.
On the morning following the Pratt Hall meeting the editor of the Providence Daily Journal wrote that although the meeting was milder and less extreme than those held in other areas for similar purposes, it could have been avoided completely.
On the morning of 3 August, Nelson sent Theseus and Leander to force the surrender of the grounded Tonnant and Timoléon.
On the night of 29 February and the early morning of 1 March three Italian brigades advanced separately towards Adwa over narrow mountain tracks, while a fourth remained camped.
On the morning after winning the flag, the club took the Premiership Cup to the Brunswick Street Oval in Fitzroy, the original home of the Fitzroy Football Club.
On the morning of March 12, 1947, President Harry S. Truman appeared before Congress to ask for $ 400 million of aid to Greece and Turkey.
The relation he there gives of the miracle is as follows: " On the nones ( or 7th ) of May, about the third hour, ( or nine in the morning ,) a vast luminous body, in the form of a cross, appeared in the heavens, just over the holy Golgotha, reaching as far as the holy mount of Olivet, ( that is, almost two English miles in length ,) seen not by one or two persons, but clearly and evidently by the whole city.
On the morning of 18 December, the emperor appeared to deposit the imperial insignia at the Temple of Concord, but at the last minute retraced his steps to the Imperial palace.
On the morning of 29 February 2012, Jones went to tend his 14 horses at a farm in Indiantown, Florida.
On the morning of 12 September the Christian forces drew up in line of battle on the south-eastern slopes of the Wienerwald, looking down on the massed enemy camp.
On the morning of January 10, 1901, the little hill south of Beaumont, Texas began to tremble and mud bubbled up over the rotary table.
On 11 March 2004 a number of terrorist bombs exploded on busy commuter trains in Madrid during the morning rush-hour days before the general election, killing 191 persons and injuring thousands.
On the morning of 18 December Country Party leader John McEwen publicly declared that neither he nor his Country Party colleagues would serve in a Coalition if the deputy Liberal leader William McMahon were elected as Liberal leader.
On the final morning as they batted on, news filtered through that the captains had met and were going to " make a game of it ".
On the morning of 28 September 1106, exactly 40 years after William had made his way to England, the decisive battle between his two surviving sons, Robert Curthose and Henry Beauclerc, took place in the small village of Tinchebray, in Lower Normandy.
On the Monday morning 500 – 1 odds began to look somewhat more ungenerous as first Brearley, then David Gower and Mike Gatting all fell cheaply reducing England to 41 for 4.