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As she came walking in, looking very tired but as composed as ever, she observed that every vestige of the unfortunate fete had disappeared, except a suspicious pucker about the corners of Jo's mouth.
I can't think of letting you offer me a fete," she said, "until I have offered you one.
Her fete of the 25th was an invention of the moment.
I don't care a straw for her fete, I am willing to take the will for the deed.
There was a fete--a grand fete in honor of some saint who had been instrumental in checking the cholera three hundred years ago, and all Venice was abroad on the water.
There was a fete in the parish and the innkeeper, Vasili Andreevich Brekhunov, a Second Guild merchant, being a church elder had to go to church, and had also to entertain his relatives and friends at home.
Haarlem, having placed on exhibition its favourite, having advertised its love of flowers in general and of tulips in particular, at a period when the souls of men were filled with war and sedition, -- Haarlem, having enjoyed the exquisite pleasure of admiring the very purest ideal of tulips in full bloom, -- Haarlem, this tiny town, full of trees and of sunshine, of light and shade, had determined that the ceremony of bestowing the prize should be a fete which should live for ever in the memory of men.
La commercialisation de la saison des fetes au Quebec, 1885-1915.
Marnie Summerfield Smith and Katie Clifford are researching a book on fetes and fairs, and are hoping Huddersfield folk can help.
Dear Editor, We are researching a book on fetes and fairs, and we hope readers in Birmingham can help.
Dans cet ouvrage, l'auteur s'interesse a la mise en valeur patrimoniale des fetes en Provence, une perspective nouvelle et actuelle dans un champ d'etude, les fetes, qui a deja fait couler beaucoup d'encre.
Southam and Long Itchington both hold their carnivals and fetes on bank holiday Monday, May 31.