To take place

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His account of both was quite satisfactory to Wardle --as almost any other account would have been, for the good old gentleman was overflowing with Hilarity and kindness--and a handsome portion having been bestowed upon Emily, the marriage was fixed to take place on the fourth day from that time --the suddenness of which preparations reduced three dressmakers and a tailor to the extreme verge of insanity.
Two recycling industry events that had been scheduled to take place in New Orleans in early 2006 have shifted to Albuquerque, N.
WTA had already once succeeded in canceling the meeting, which was originally supposed to take place on Jan.
By bringing these cases to court, we hope to raise awareness of safety changes that need to take place in the aviation industry in the U.