“But, on the other hand, it is to be emphasized that those bands are separated from one another, not by the fused color of the disc, as one should infer from the article, but by _other bands_, which are, for their part, of a color similar to that present in”
“Now they are forming a reunion for garage bands from the 1960s and 1970s – some with celebrities, some that made it – some that are just folks who were in bands then and want to try to get their old band together, or get together with folks form other old garage bands, and play again.”
“It turns out that anytime a concert happens in which at least one member of any of the bands is also a member of SOCAN, the person promoting the show is legally required to pay fees to the Society to cover copyright royalties associated with the live performance of SOCAN-member songs.”
“Sending the bands is a sign of affectionate submission; and, in extremes cases the hair itself is sent.”
“But Gaddafi's information minister, Moussa Ibrahim, said late on Friday the government's military retained the upper hand in both Zawiyah and Zlitan and scorned what he described as 'bands of insurgents'.”
“As I write my own note in the infant’s chart, deducting the points for respiratory effort and tone and color at one minute and at five and ten, the nurse is securing her name bands around one ankle and one wrist.”
“This will be a sign for you: you will find a child wrapped in bands of cloth and lying in a manger.”
“This parade is the "oldest and largest children's parade" and each year thousands of children "march in bands, ride on floats, cruise on unicycles, trikes, and bikes, dance and twirl in drill teams, and walk their pets down the one-mile parade," according to to the Rose Festival web site.”
“They would use base-four math, since the moon has four main bands of color across its face.”
“Rowan is such a versatile musician that he has been in bands we do folk-rock as opening act for a Doors, available with Jerry Garcia, worked in a rock-fusion organisation whose annals were constructed by George Martin, and a Tex-Mex rope with accordion player Flaco Jimenez.”
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The Prince Edward Island folksong Mick Riley inspi...
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