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Venerable trapper, or, as I may now say, liberator," commenced the dolorous Obed, "it would seem, that a fitting time has at length arrived to dissever the unnatural and altogether irregular connection, which exists between my inferior members and the body of Asinus.
Super Bowl week is a fitting time to spotlight the crusade to change the face of lung cancer.
So it's a fitting time to remember that, yes, we are a union.
The recent 70th anniversaries of the end of the WWII are a fitting time to remember UK's proud traditions as a long-standing promoter of democracy, human rights, and the rule of law.
Alistair Hudson, mima director, said: "We're showing this exhibition at a time when our other works on display are by internationally celebrated artists, displayed in an interactive setting; so it's a fitting time to fully present our international links as well as the playful nature of our gallery spaces and the heritage of our specialisms.
Peder Winther, president, Kuehne + Nagel Middle East and Africa, said: "Our 125th anniversary is a fitting time to thank all our stakeholders, including the government of the UAE, for presenting us with a dynamic business environment that has facilited our expansion in the region.
After 76 minutes of this finely balanced semi-final, Messi picked a fitting time to score his 76th Champions League goal.
And with various events marking the Centenary of the Gallipoli Campaign this weekend, there has never been a more fitting time to honour the lives of those who gave so much to ensure our freedom, both at home and abroad.
Our centennial year is a fitting time for Most Dangerous Women to make its Burlington, VT debut.
But with the most recent games in the series struggling with an identity crisis, it's a fitting time to return to Resi's roots.
Mr Llwyd, making his final speech to an annual party conference, said that the centenary of the start of WWI was a fitting time to introduce a special way of remembering those from Wales who lost their lives.
Elfyn Llwyd said that the centenary of the start of World War I was a fitting time to introduce a special way of remembering those from Wales who lost their lives.