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The event is timed to coincide roughly with Juneteenth and Father's Day and is promoted with the slogan " Every day is Family Day When Real Men Cook.
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The design is determined emotionally: `` I must reach into myself for the spring that will send me catapulting recklessly into the chaos of event with which the dance confronts me ''.
This monitoring is necessary because, on a parade ground, everyone can hear too much, and without monitoring a confused social event would develop.
In any event, whether society may have cancer, or merely a virus infection, the `` disease '', we shall find, is political, economical, social, and even medical.
In his effort to stir the public from its lethargy, Steele goes so far as to list Catholic atrocities of the sort to be expected in the event of a Stuart Restoration, and, with rousing rhetoric, he asserts that the only preservation from these `` Terrours '' is to be found in the laws he has so tediously cited.
Let us quote once more from R. G. Collingwood: `` History is properly concerned with the actions of human beings Regarded from the outside, an action is an event or series of events occurring in the physical world ; ;
In any event, the critical productivity of that time is abundant proof that if he was taking laudanum, it was never in command of him to the extent that it had been during his vagrant years.
This magnificent but greatly underestimated book, which bodies forth the very form and pressure of its time as no other comparable creation, has suffered severely from having been written about an historical event -- the Spanish Civil War -- that is still capable of fanning the smoldering fires of old political feuds.
One such event is the landing in Europe itself, when the mingled familiarity and strangeness of the Occident, after the blank immensities of Asia, shocks the returning traveller into a realization of the infinite possibilities of human life.
In any event, the yearly sacrifice of 40,000 victims is a hecatomb too large to be justified by the most ardent faith.
the passage and rhythm of time changed, and when I remember back to what happened then, each event is a separate and frozen incident.
So don't see yourself as a heroine or fancy this little adventure is an event of major importance ''.
In the event that agreement is not reached on the use of the rupees for grant or loan purposes within six years from the date of this Agreement, the Government of the United States of America may use the local currency for any purposes authorized by Section 104 of the Act.
In the event the total of rupees accruing to the Government of the United States of America as a consequence of sales made pursuant to this Agreement is different from the rupee equivalent of $1,276 million, the amounts available for the purposes specified in paragraph 1, Article 2, will be adjusted proportionately.
For example, child welfare experience abounds with cases in which the parental request for substitute care is precipitated by a crisis event which is meaningfully linked with a fundamental unresolved problem of family relationships.
Literal flatness now tends to assert itself as the main event of the picture, and the device boomerangs: the illusion of depth is rendered even more precarious than before.
Destruction of the enemy's building and base complex, however, requires attacks on enemy territory, which is possible only in event of all-out hostilities.
Nevertheless, there are notably frequent instances of deja vue, in which our recognition of an entirely novel event is a feeling of having lived through it before, a feeling which, though vague, withstands the verbal barrage from the most impressive corps of psychologists.
The only current event they're staging is the big show at the Stadium Nov. 25, when Danny will entertain thousands of underprivileged kids.
The event is the sixth on the annual calendar of the local members of the National Council of Jewish Women.
In that event, they note, the Revenue Service might declare the pension plan is discriminatory and deny it tax privileges under the law.
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Despite it being a timed racing event, it is often considered part of freestyle skiing because it incorporates terrain features traditionally found in freestyle.
The goal of this timed event is for the rider to catch the calf by throwing a loop of rope from a lariat around its neck, dismount from the horse, run to the calf, and restrain it by tying three legs together, in as short a time as possible.
Pole bending is timed event that features a horse and one mounted rider, running a weaving or serpentine path around six poles arranged in a line.
Downhill races: An event most popular in the Alpine countries of Europe, these races are timed events down a steep course.
Yeosu will host the Expo 2012, and Korail timed the introduction of Korea Train Express services on the line ahead of the event.
The event, which lasted three days, allowed select players to test Links Awakening in a timed race to complete the game.
The marriage was timed to coincide with the corresponding event in the comic books, but coordination snafus resulted in the actual on-screen marriage being postponed for a full season.
This version of the event is timed with an accuracy component based on how closely the two half-cuts met.
On May 17, 2005, this asteroid occulted a faint star ( magnitude 8. 5 ) and the event was observed and timed in a number of locations within the U. S. and Mexico.
However, Moss ' first victory came in a non-tournament format, as he was elected winner by vote of his fellow players at the conclusion of a timed cash game event.
The rider competes in a timed event to shoot up to ten balloon targets with firearms loaded with black powder blank ammunition.
The sequel Rambo: First Blood Part II ( 1985 ), was perfectly timed for the 10th anniversary of the United States ' bailout from Vietnam ; that event garnered publicity for the new film, which also became a hit.
* Targa timing banned-all events must be timed using ordinary time of day ( this rule gives greater accountability for the speeds set for the event )
In a standard timed event, run to so-called BBC or " telecom " time, each clock would simply show the time of day to the nearest second.
The largest timed running race in the world, the event attracts more than 80, 000 entrants who start in staggered groups based on previous running times and early entry.
As the timed runs recorded via telegraph became popular, a need for an organized event to compete for the quickest Baja run was starting to grab the attention of other competitors.