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The celebrated doctor announced to the princess (a feeling of what was due from him dictated his doing so) that he ought to see the patient once more.
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], December 25 (ANI): As Christmas is being celebrated worldwide with fevour and gaiety across the nation, Mumbaikars have found a unique way to celebrate the festival of joy.
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A nationally representative sample of men and women from across four provinces was asked, "Some people are of the opinion that celebrating Mother's Day is a ritual of the West and should not be celebrated by Muslims, while some say that this is not the case and it can be celebrated by everyone".
This statement can only be celebrated for not being as bad as some predicted, but it's bad enough anyway.
When I played and you scored a goal, you always celebrated because it might be the last one you score.
ISLAMABAD -- Like other parts of the globe, World Scouts day 2014 was also being celebrated in Pakistan on Saturday (Feb 22).
Chuck and Terry Barragan of Granada Hills celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with family on Aug.
Nick McKenzie, 18: "I think patriotism is an important thing and should be celebrated a lot more.
For instance, the Syrio-Phoenician woman (Mark 7:24) was celebrated neither because of her gender nor her ethnic origin but because of her "great faith.
We had done it as a matter of course when my father-in-law died, but because he was elderly and his death was a release (he had told us he wanted it to be celebrated with a brass band leading his funeral procession), we almost had to remind ourselves that we weren't celebrating as each festival rolled around that year.
As I walked through the streets, I followed yellow trails of marigold petals through open doors to lovingly created altars sporting images of the dead, colorful decorations, candy skulls made of sugar and amaranth, and items dear to the ancestors being celebrated.