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On and parade
On the other hand, if she didn't remove her own things, it would be difficult to explain to the parade of guests which traversed the apartment.
On the day of the festivities, the Flavian family rode into the capital, preceded by a lavish parade which displayed the spoils of the war.
On October 28, 1890, the 50th anniversary of the eight-hour day was commemorated with a parade.
Throughout the country, two minutes of silence are observed at 8 p. m. On May 5th, the liberation is celebrated and festivals are held at most places in the Netherlands, with a parade of veterans and day-long musical festival in Wageningen, the latter with an estimated attendance of 100, 000.
On 12 October the same year the population of Bamako attending for the first time an army parade under the command of Captain Tiemoko Konate.
Empress Maria with her son, future Nicholas IIThe family of Alexander III being blessed by Jesus Christ in a portrait by Makarov. On the morning of 13 March 1881, Alexander II, aged sixty-two, was killed by a bomb on the way back to the Winter Palace from a military parade.
On February 5, 2008, the city, under mayor Michael Bloomberg, threw a ticker tape parade in honor of the Giants ' Super Bowl XLII victory at the Canyon of Heroes in lower Manhattan.
On the Moscow Victory Parade of 1945 held in Moscow, Soviet Union in June 1945, the Red Army commemorated Victory in Europe with a parade and the ceremonial destruction of captured Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS standards.
On Boxing Day and New Year's Day, it is a tradition for some residents to don blackface and parade through the town singing ' minstrel ' songs.
On March 13, 1881, Alexander was killed after returning from a military parade.
On 12 April 2010, the military forces of Somalia's autonomous Puntland region staged a military parade to mark the 50th anniversary of Armed Forces Day.
On Saturday, the main parade takes place.
On 14 February, the funeral parade began.
On the Fourth, annual festivities include a reading of the Declaration of Independence on the steps of the Old Courthouse, a waiter's race in Phoenix Park, a parade, a country music concert, and fireworks.
On 10 March 1917, there was a parade with Russian workers marching with red flags, Russian soldiers singing the La Marseillaise and thousands of local Central Asians.
On Tuesday, St. George's vibrates to the sounds of the calypso steel bands as they parade through the streets.
On November 2, 1969, Craig Rodwell, his partner Fred Sargeant, Ellen Broidy, and Linda Rhodes proposed the first gay pride parade to be held in New York City by way of a resolution at the Eastern Regional Conference of Homophile Organizations ( ERCHO ) meeting in Philadelphia.
On 16 August 2008 ( one day after the Independence Day of India ), the gay community in Mumbai held its first ever formal pride parade ( although informal pride parades had been held many times earlier ), to demand that India's anti-gay laws be amended.
On 1 November 2003 the first LGBT pride parade in Taiwan, Taiwan Pride, was held in Taipei with over 1, 000 people attending, and the mayor of Taipei, later president, Ma Ying-jeou.
On February 23, 1962, President Kennedy escorted him in a parade to Hangar S at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, where he awarded Glenn with the NASA service medal.
On 20 April 1939 Fuller was an honoured guest at Adolf Hitler's 50th birthday parade and watched as " for three hours a completely mechanised and motorised army roared past the Führer.
On May 9, 2010 to commemorate the 65th anniversary of the capitulation of Germany in 1945, The armed forces of France, Poland, the United Kingdom and the United States marched in the Moscow Victory Day parade for the first time in history.
On ceremonial occasions the Italian Grenadiers parade in their 19th century blue uniforms and fur headdresses.
* On May 2, 1968 the public broadcasting channel Channel 1 ( then-called " The Israeli Television ") started broadcasting with a live broadcast of an army parade on the Israeli Independence Day in Jerusalem.

On and ground
On the narrower ground of poetic form, he felt that in the drama of the future the Greek conception of tragic fate should be joined to the Shakespearean vision of tragic will.
On the ground floor the radiation would be about half what it is outside.
On the surface of the ground or in water they move by undulating their body from side to side.
On Monday, 8 May 1972, ground service equipment being used to empty the residual toxic reaction control system fuel in the command module tanks exploded in a Naval Air Station hangar.
On 9 / 11, the sucicide hijackers did not make any attempt to contact ground control to inform anyone about their hijackings, nor engage in any dialogue or negotiations at all.
On bare ground or roads during the winter, various species of snakes and lizards bask in the sun, but they are rarely seen during the summer months.
On the French side of the stream the ground rises to Offus, the village which, together with Autre-Eglise farther north, anchored Villeroi ’ s left flank.
On the islands of Orkney and Shetland there are very few cells at ground floor.
On the ground, four giant panzer armies encircled surprised and disorganized Soviet forces, followed by marching infantry which completed the encirclement and defeated the trapped forces.
On April 1970, US President Nixon announced to the American public that US and South Vietnamese ground forces had entered Cambodia in a campaign aimed at destroying NVA base areas in Cambodia ( see Cambodian Incursion ).
On August 7, 1912, the Department broke ground on its first construction project, the section of El Camino Real between South San Francisco and Burlingame ( now part of California State Route 82 ).
On the other hand, balls are much less likely to remain stuck above ground than discs are as they fly through trees.
On October 28, 2009 the agency broke ground on a new facility in Arlington, Virginia a few miles from the Pentagon.
On the ground and in the air it was powered by a Studebaker engine.
On the ground it has a top speed of and a maximum range of.
On the barren, rocky land there are Barbary ground squirrels and geckos.
On April 26, 1937, during the Spanish Civil War, the town was razed to the ground by German aircraft belonging to the Condor Legion, sent by Hitler to support Franco's troops.
On February 29, 2004, a coup d ' état ousted the popularly elected president, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, allegedly with the assistance of the French and United States governments ; U. S. and French soldiers were on the ground in Haiti at the time, recently arrived ( See controversy ).
On the ground in Poland in October – November the final upsurge of the push for independence was taking place, with Ignacy Daszyński heading a short-lived Polish government in Lublin from November 6.
On the flat surface of the ground.
On 20 March 1939, Ribbentrop summoned the Lithuanian Foreign Minister Juozas Urbšys to Berlin and informed him that if a Lithuanian plenipotentiary did not arrive at once to negotiate turning over the Memelland to Germany the Luftwaffe would raze Kaunas to the ground.
On December 21, construction machinery was already on the Legends site waiting to break ground.
On the evidence of Schwitters ' correspondence, by 1937 it had spread to two rooms of his parents ' apartment on the ground floor, the adjoining balcony, the space below the balcony, one or two rooms of the attic and possibly part of the cellar.
On the exterior Le Corbusier installed a stairway to provide second-floor access from ground level.

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