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  • Wittstock in Brandenburg could stay at Neustrelitz one week of each month for ecclesiastical functions.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • Justly indignant at our folly, for quarrelling is not allowed in his domains, the King laid us under sentence of banishment, decreeing that we should spend the fifteenth night of each month in this dreary forest until a tailor came who could mend the garments we had torn.

    Folk Tales From Many Lands

  • The most absorbing occupation they found was in carrying out Mrs. Comstock's suggestion to learn the vital thing for which each month was distinctive, and make that the key to the nature work.

    A Girl of the Limberlost

  • Penalties Galore Michael Byers Generally, there's a penalty for each month when tax remains unpaid, says Melissa Labant , a technical manager at the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

    If You Goofed on Your Taxes, Fix It. Now.

  • In Darfur, where an estimated 10,000 civilians, mostly children, died each month in the summer of 2004, our UN and Sudanese Health Ministry teams found that the majority died from preventable disease and acute malnutrition due to the conflict and the government-sponsored terror campaigns.

    A Billion Lives

  • Commissary: We were permitted to have a commissary; my ten yen each month bought a can of salmon or condensed milk, several bananas, a cup of mongo beans or peanuts.

    Blood Brothers

  • Itapua were at the king's request opened on certain days of each month to Spanish merchants for the purpose of selling their goods.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • That month therefore forms the first menaion; there is then one for each month to August.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • I myself did not possess a single farthing; my landlady received all the money each month in advance; only now and then, when I did any errands for her, she gave me something, and that went in the purchase of paper or for old play-books.

    The True Story of My Life

  • Try multiplying the number of breadbaskets you come in contact with each month by 300 calories, and enjoy the savings in turning them away.

    The Flex Diet

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