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  • In his story of the _Seven Poor Travellers_ Dickens found the clarionet-player of the Rochester Waits so communicative that he accompanied the party across an open green called the Vines, and assisted -- in the French sense -- at the performance of two waltzes, two polkas, and three Irish melodies.

    Charles Dickens and Music

  • The clarionet was so communicative, and my inclinations were (as they generally are) of so vagabond a tendency, that I accompanied the Waits across an open green called the Vines, and assisted -- in the French sense -- at the performance of two waltzes, two polkas, and three Irish melodies, before I thought of my inn any more.

    The Seven Poor Travellers

  • ■ Bob Prange Lessons - Estero Country Club at The Vines is the winter home of Prange, who is a teaching professional at The Bridgewater Club in Carmel, Ind. Prange previously has been a head instructor, staff member and golf school coordinator for John Jacobs Golf Schools.

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  • We weren't sure where to go for dinner, but Katie REALLY wanted to visit a place called The Vines, which as well as sharing the name of one of my favourite live bands of the last 10 years is also a very posh wine tasting venue right in the centre of town It's owned by a couple of American guys and an Argentinian, who apparently fell in love with Mendoza 3 years ago.

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  • Virgin Mary is known with the double name of "Vines" from the lot of vines that existed in the area and "Aimatousa" (Bloody) from the tradition that wants the Virgin Mary to cure the women with hemorrhage.

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  • Dickens found the clarionet-player of the Rochester Waits so communicative that he accompanied the party across an open green called the Vines, and assisted ” in the French sense ” at the performance of two waltzes, two polkas, and three Irish melodies.

    Charles Dickens and Music

  • Vines have been planted on the steep granite terraces outside the village of Cornas for centuries; indeed the wine was much sought after in the time of Charlemagne.

    The Mature Charm of Cornas

  • In effect, what Ireland has done is what Asian economies did in the wake of their region's 1997 financial crisis, according to David Vines , an Oxford University economics professor.

    Can Ireland's Growth Defy Keynesian Wisdom?

  • While Hamilton is often stereotyped as a haven for brosephs, prepsters, and Vineyard Vines enthusiasts, the truth is each incoming class is more diverse than the last, and Hamilton is committed to admitting students regardless of financial aid need.

    Lesley Ryder: After Hamilton, Chasing a Dream

  • David Vines: Do you think the forum tonight changed anything?

    Protesters Stay Overnight at Wisconsin State Capitol

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