Festi-val

Fes´ti-val


n.1.A time of feasting or celebration; an anniversary day of joy, civil or religious.
The morning trumpets festival proclaimed.
- Milton.
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It's also the oldest category at the festi-val, and some say the most pure and privileged jury to be on.
HE stages are set, the headliners have been revealed - Deer Shed FestiTTTTvealed - Deer Shed Festi-val 6 is on its way.
An important meeting about the Festi-val will be held on Wednesday January 28 at 8pm in the bar.
When WRC visited the MIPIM festi-val in Cannes, representatives said the reaction to Walsall regeneration from international visitors had been very positive, with the Darlaston scheme described as potentially nationally important.
Champion trainer Martin Pipe has yet to win the Festi-val showpiece but he has four possibles this year in Hennessy Cognac Gold Cup winner Celestial Gold, Our Vic, Therealbandit and Tiutchev.
The event comes under the umbrella of the Merseyside Festi-val of Golf, which in turn is based around the English Seniors Open to be held at Formby Hall in September.
S the superclubs will tell you, putting on a festi-val is no mean feat.
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ORGANISERS of the Bilton Millennium Festi-val in Rugby are looking for centenarians originally from the area to get in touch.
Festi-val artistic director Olga Maloney said the 50th anniversary of the festival will be one to look forward to.
At first I thought it was just part and parcel of a rock festi-val, but then it became frightening.