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Chaque produit aura sa fete : [beaucoup moins que]M.
Cette fete ne s'est donc pas deroulee comme le souhaitaient les fans wydadis.
The popular fete, which included various stalls and sideshows, featured a holiday snap and painting competition.
We're giving local school children in Coventry and Warwickshire the opportunity to try their hands at selling the Coventry Telegraph at their school fete or fair.
We're giving local school children the opportunity to try their hands at selling the South Wales Echo at their school fete or fair.
The auction, at Egglescliffe School, will form part of the school's summer fete, and will raise money towards helping rebuild a school in Nepal which was completely destroyed in the recent earthquake.
It gives children of primary and secondary school age the chance to learn about commerce by selling the Chronicle at their school fete or fair.
Musicians participate at Fete de la Musique for free and it is held in the alleys of the Souk Madinat Jumeirah, as it has the same feeling as the small streets in France since we cannot do it outdoors in Dubai due to the summer heat," says organiser Ossama Al Shamm of the Alliance Francaise.
Over the years, we re witnessed fewer people coming down to attend activities organised for "La Fete de la Francophonie".
La fete est un moment que l'on passe en famille, autour d'un festin qui s'acheve par les traditionnelles patisseries.
Khartoum, 24 Mars (SUNA) - La fete des Meres est une fete annuelle celebree par les enfants en l'honneur de leur mere dans de nombreux pays.
L'etude de la couverture mediatique d'une fete religieuse comme la Fete-Dieu permet alors d'en apprendre davantage sur cette pratique aujourd'hui presque completement disparue au Quebec ; elle montre l'etendue de la mediatisation de cette celebration.