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“But in the end, the indelible parts of the ten-day excursion were spent talking with his friend the anthropologist.”
“He sent his friend Ptolemy with a strong force into Sogdiana on a fast ten-day march to retrieve the prisoner.”
“Amongst non-Oscar holdovers, Season of the Witch dropped an expected 57% for a ten-day total of $18 million, which isn't bad considering the factors at play upstart distributor, terrible reviews, mangled marketing, etc.”
“The Assyrian emperor Ashurnasirpal, a master food propagandist, once threw a ten-day banquet for 69,574 guests.”
“The Alpha SF/F/H Workshop for Young Writers is a ten-day workshop for speculative fiction writers aged 14-19 at the University of Pittsburgh's Greensburg campus.”
“In general, the restaurant is open only five days a week, and after one of the monthly ten-day stretches, a luxurious four days off follow.”
“On July 7, the first of the ten-day stretch, 38 of an eventual 120 or so dishes have been made final; by July 16, that number will have risen to nearly 80.”
“Everybody works ten-day stretches, twelve hours on, twelve off.”
“When Charisse and Stefàn returned from their ten-day honeymoon to Italy—Rome, Vatican City, Tuscany, Positano and the Almafi Coast—they immediately resumed their search for a new home.”
“Activists said the protesters were demanding Syria's military lift its ten-day siege on the southern city of Deraa, where Syria's protests started seven weeks ago, that has left its residents cut off from electricity, food and water.”
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