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  • For twelve of the fittest (that included Dahl) the journey culminated in a twenty-day Long March through soaking mosquito-infested bogs with between 60 and 100 pounds on their backs, living under canvas on a diet that consisted essentially of pemmican (a mixture of pressed meat, fat and berries), boiled lichen, mud and reindeer moss.

    Storyteller

  • There will be a twenty-day Tao Retreat each year for those who have successfully completed the first four years of training.

    Tao II

  • There will be a twenty-day Tao Retreat each year for those who have successfully completed the first four years of training.

    Tao II

  • There will be a twenty-day Tao Retreat each year for those who have successfully completed the first four years of training.

    Tao II

  • There will be a twenty-day Tao Retreat each year for those who have successfully completed the first four years of training.

    Tao II

  • Imagine the terror and panic if a biological attack killed four thousand otherwise healthy New Yorkers over a twenty-day period.

    2007 May 15 « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • A pointless twenty-day shutdown hardly compares to forty years lost in the desert, but here you have an especially bitter beer serving the same purpose as bitter herbs and saltwater on the Passover holiday.

    Balloon Juice » 2006 » June

  • The annual twenty-day long event known as La Matanza - the killing of the goats - is not only the culmination of a year of hard work but an event that sums up much of the region's history and gastronomy.

    A yearly culinary ritual: La matanza

  • The annual twenty-day long event known as La Matanza - the killing of the goats - is not only the culmination of a year of hard work but an event that sums up much of the region's history and gastronomy.

    A yearly culinary ritual: La matanza

  • The annual twenty-day long event known as La Matanza - the killing of the goats - is not only the culmination of a year of hard work but an event that sums up much of the region's history and gastronomy.

    A yearly culinary ritual: La matanza

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