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  • For Gemini III, the first manned mission in the Gemini program, Neil reported for a week of work at the worldwide satellite network tracking station in Kauai, Hawaii.

    First Man

  • Instead of their McGuffey Readers, for a week now Miss Parker had had them read a story about Indians.

    Caddie Woodlawn’s Family

  • A small trailer, provided by the Hopi Foundation, is equipped with photovoltaic equipment and is parked at the home of a potential adopter for a week to encourage adoption through increasing the trialability of PVs.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • The doctor put Ida and the baby in the hospital in Fort Morgan for a week for observation.

    Plain Language

  • In between stays in Roswell for tests, LaShekia would come home for a week or so.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • Lady Skiddaw took her everywhere in Cannes, and the Crown Princess of Macedonia had her to stop for a week at Cimiez.

    The House of Mirth

  • You'll have to be off that for a week at least, Mr. Stemple.

    Ishmael

  • The severe winter storms we remember from our childhood always seem to be noted for wild tales of ten-feet-deep snowdrifts and families trapped in their homes for a week at a time.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Family Matters

  • Except for Ray Jr. and Karen, who were headed for a week in the White Mountains, they all would be there tomorrow, and I would see them then.

    Hoopi Shoopi Donna

  • The Royal Danish Ballet , which will arrive at the David Koch Theater at Lincoln Center for a week beginning June 14, is all about transporting the imagination through the illusion of lightness: fast feet, a calm upper body and a sense of harmony.

    Where the World Comes to Dance

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