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“Mr. Saleh mustered a show of strength Friday, appearing at a well-attended rally in the capital.”
“The vote followed a well-attended public hearing where several utility customers from communities outside Leesburg appealed to the board to support the legislation.”
“The Mosaic Literary Conference is a widely anticipated, well-attended and established literary-education conference.”
“Fr. Zulhsdorf was also there and his website includes a number of other handsome photos, as well as some coverage of the mass in the Rite of Braga (!) said this Saturday as another part of this weekend's liturgical events at Our Saviour's, my former parish in New York, which also appears to have been quite well-attended.”
“Check: We kept a compostable bag in a well-attended home compost pile for 13 weeks.”
“Sessions focused on mobile financial services, were well-attended and the energy level was high.”
“That reading was interesting (what I saw of it) and well-attended.”
“The speaker is hosting a fund-raiser at the St. Regis in Midtown next month that will be well-attended by financial-industry executives.”
“It was well-attended, at least; though I think 2/3 of the audience were highschoolers.”
“In the closing days of the campaign, the former president appeared in a television ad on O'Malley's behalf, urging Marylanders to support "my good friend," and went to Prince George's County for a well-attended late-night rally for O'Malley and other Democrats.”
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