Tag Archive 'Working'

Apr 17 2015

Yom Hashoah Holocaust Remembrance Working day

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Stand by. The White House will shortly submit a assertion on www.whitehouse.gov by President Obama on Holocaust Remembrance Day. We feel assured they will do so. Or, maybe, it will be posted on the Point out Section web site at www.point out.gov. Any minute now.

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Nov 13 2014

How Crucial is Election Working day Turnout? Question Anthony Brown.

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On Election Day (or, with early and absentee voting, throughout election year), not every citizen who is registered to vote will actually vote. There are a range of reasons. Some have not place in the time and effort to teach on their own about the people and problems on the ballot. Some really do not […]

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Feb 14 2014

Renewing Love on Valentine’s Working day

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Valentine’s Working day is total of romance and adore for a lot of Americans and it is a lovely factor. The thought of that unique particular person can send sparks traveling. Hearts, roses, and chocolates abound. Younger love blossoms. Unfortunately, these scenes of romance are usually a façade for a lifestyle obsessed with an psychological […]

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Jan 19 2014

Religious Flexibility Working day: January 16, 1786

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Today’s commemoration of Religious Flexibility Day is crucial since of what a point out legislature did in the early republic. This working day in 1786 saw the last passage of the Virginia Statute for Religious Flexibility. The monthly bill had throughout the world affect. From that time to this, it represents the height of Enlightenment […]

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Apr 18 2013

Blessed is the Land: Plow Working day 2013

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Our family members manufactured its way to Maryland’s Eastern Shore recently. Mount Hermon’s Plow Working day 2013 was the attraction. We had gone to two previous Plow Days, but this time we would consider our grandson and our twin granddaughters. It was an all-hands evolution.

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