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Visitors to the salon were exclusively males, and the tone of discussion highbrow, often extending to topics more extensive than those of other salons.
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Visitors were first attracted to Aberfoyle and the surrounding area after the publication of The Lady of the Lake by Sir Walter Scott in 1810.
Visitors and merchants were especially struck by the beautiful monasteries and churches of the city, in particular, Hagia Sophia, or the Church of Holy Wisdom: A Russian 14th-century traveler, Stephen of Novgorod, wrote, " As for St Sophia, the human mind can neither tell it nor make description of it.
Visitors were shocked by Orwell's appearance and concerned by the short-comings and ineffectiveness of the treatment.
Visitors to the Stonewall in 1969 were greeted by a bouncer who inspected them through a peephole in the door.
Visitors at Hawarden in October were " shocked ... by some rather wild language on the Dock labourers question ".
Visitors to the site were able to search for information on a variety of topics ( for example, agriculture, finance and health ) and retrieve a list of government departments that were able to provide them with more information.
Visitors were warned of chaos on the roads and a government survey indicated that half a million people carried by 90, 000 cars might attempt to enter the complex.
Among them were the scripts for Drôle de drame ( Bizarre, Bizarre, 1937 ), Quai des brumes ( Port of Shadows, 1938 ), Le Jour se lève ( Daybreak, 1939 ), Les Visiteurs du soir ( The Night Visitors, 1942 ) and Children of Paradise ( Les Enfants du Paradis, 1945 ).
Visitors to the park have not faced any changes under the new owners but Aboriginals were then able to hold traditional religious ceremonies.
Visitors expressed their amazement at the quality and diversity of products that were readily available in the area.
Visitors on opening day were presented with a postcard image of the new building as well as a souvenir medal with an image of the bank on one side, and on the other, the inscription, " we will accept this on deposit for 50 cents if you open a new savings account of $ 5. 00 or more, leaving it in the bank for 12 months and pay 3 per cent compound interest on your savings.
The founding Letters Patent were amended by succeeding monarchs on a number of occasions, such as by James I ( 1613 ) and most notably by Charles I ( who established the Board-then the Provost and seven senior Fellows-and reduced the panel of Visitors in size ) and supplemented as late as the reign of Queen Victoria ( and later still amended by the Oireachtas in 2000 ).
Visitors were attracted to the town leading to the building of " lodging-houses " and hotels particularly on the West Cliff.
Visitors to the Mendelssohn household in the early 1820s, including Ignaz Moscheles and Sir George Smart, were equally impressed by both siblings.
Where the Nazis primarily persecuted Jews, the Visitors were likewise depicted to persecute scientists, their families and anyone associating with them and distribute propaganda in an effort to hide their true identity.
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Visitors are often surprised by these potentially extreme conditions, and this, along with the high altitude of the canyon's rims, can lead to unpleasant side effects such as dehydration, sunburn, and hypothermia.
Visitors entering the massive, carved mesquite-wood doors of San Xavier are often struck by the coolness of the interior, and the dazzling colors of the paintings, carvings, frescoes and statues.
Visitors to the abbey usually are not allowed inside the abbey itself, although during the school's summer holidays, access to the abbot's hall is often allowed.
Visitors to Merton are often told Mob Quad, built in the 14th century, is the oldest quadrangle of any Oxford or Cambridge college and set the pattern for future collegiate architecture, but Front Quad was certainly enclosed earlier ( albeit with a less unified design ) and other colleges, for example Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, can point to their own older examples.
Visitors to the valley often included scientists, artists, and celebrities, many of whom made a point of meeting with Muir.
Visitors to the Mariana Islands often encounter the local variation, called balate, which litters the seafloor all around the island, including in water as shallow as.
Visitors often mistake it for a church or believe it to have been a church, but it never was ; its stained-glass windows depict not saints, but local patriot Aaron Guild.
Visitors to Twin Oaks are often assigned work not of their choosing, but a community rule forbids visitors being scheduled cleaning work that a member doesn't also participate in.
Visitors have always been welcome to attend these impromptu free concerts and often bring their own lawn chairs.
Visitors and new residents to the area are often surprised to learn the local pronunciation of the town's name.
Certain colleges and universities, particularly of an earlier, often colonial founding, are governed by boards of Visitors, often chaired by a Rector ( rather than regents or trustees, etc .).
Visitors to the museum are often seen mimicking Rocky's famous run up the front steps, now known widely as the " Rocky Steps ".
Visitors to Zamami often enjoy renting and riding motor scooters around the island's narrow, winding and picturesque mountain roads.
Visitors to the Mull may also see the individual houses of the Antrim coast and the cars travelling along the coast road without the aid of binoculars, although this is dependent on having very good visibility ; the area is often being plagued with sea-mists.
Visitors can learn about the indigenous significance of the area from the Aboriginal people of the area, with boomerang-throwing demonstrations often held on weekends and Aboriginal guided tours operating from Yarra Bay House during the week.
Visitors to WREK's Coliseum studios were often startled by its walls, which were covered by thick layers of posters, set lists, and other music memorabilia, as well as the giant electromechanical broadcast automation machines and other large racks of monitoring and control equipment.
Visitors to Mount Emei will likely see dozens of Tibetan Macaques who can often be viewed taking food from tourists.