official announcement

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Presently official announcement of the coming event was put forth.
Stragglers had come in from the army bringing reports more and more favourable: at last an aide-de-camp actually reached Brussels with despatches for the Commandant of the place, who placarded presently through the town an official announcement of the success of the allies at Quatre Bras, and the entire repulse of the French under Ney after a six hours' battle.
While awaiting the official announcement of dinner, the company were sauntering on the terrace above the river, and gazing at the water-plants, the mosaic of the currents, and the various pretty details of the houses clustering across the river, their old wooden galleries, their mouldering window- frames, their little gardens where clothes were drying, the cabinet- maker's shop,--in short, the many details of a small community to which the vicinity of a river, a weeping willow, flowers, rose-bushes, added a certain grace, making the scene quite worthy of a landscape painter.
I leave you to imagine the state the servants were in when this official announcement first reached their ears.
And as for the present Congress, that body has gone so far as to plan for a special system of its own, in both Houses, so that all official announcements may be heard by wire.
Reports indicate that a deal to send Maggette to Sacramento in exchange for Artest, a volatile but talented forward, is imminent, but another day passed with no official announcement.
An official announcement on the deal is expected later this week.
Having a safe, affordable place to call 'home' is part of the American dream and something every New Yorker should have the opportunity to achieve," said Pataki, at the official announcement for the initiative on July 21.
The official announcement -- the first new medical school to be created in Canada in more than 30 years -- was made this past spring, following a concentrated lobbying effort by numerous partners and stakeholders across the North.
Robson will end his affair with Boro and chairman Steve Gibson - with the decision taken yesterday and an official announcement due today.
The official announcement, which is scheduled for Monday, should confirm that the town has beaten Stirling, Ayr and Paisley for the coveted title.
No reason was mentioned in the official announcement.