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The caption to the picture said: "Pc 51 consoles three-year-old Anthoni Day, temporarily 'lost' during the Whit Friday procession.
This picture shows the Whit Walks in Linthwaite in June 1960 .
The day after Whitsun, known as Whit Monday, was a public holiday in the UK until 1978.
Whit himself is still intent on getting home, and this otherwise-healthy desire soon becomes a cancer in his psyche, forcing him to do unthinkable things to achieve his goal.
Plas Newydd on the Menai Strait is a National Trust property and promises a great day out Have fun in the great outdoors over tyhe Whit weekend and half term
Whether Whit and Wisty are successful will depend on the next highly anticipated book in this series.
Si le film prend conge, tout en douceur (au-dela du crepusculaire, de facon toute neoclassique), du western et de ses mythes, il n'est pas sur que cette sequence soit nostalgique: c'est l'idee meme de reve que le grand-pere transmet a Whit, et donc la possibilite d'une aventure sans cesse recommencee, aventure placee du cote de Red qui s'eloigne en chantant avec sa guitare --et qui, apres avoir voulu prendre un bain dans l'abreuvoir d'un magnifique taureau, va nous offrir un beau spectacle de corrida dont le comique soulage definitivement la sequence de sa melancolie.
Francis Shergold (born 1919) first became involved by carrying the coats of the morris dancers on Whit Monday 1935.
My mother made our clothes and at Whitsun we had three dresses - a special one to wear with a new hat to mass on Whit Sunday, an ordinary one to wear to the Treat and an extra special one for Corpus Christi.
CUTLINE: (1) Holden director Whit Wales uses video to craft a unique version of Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie.
In the 1970s, when Whit Perry worked at the Holiday Inn headquarters in Memphis, he had occasion to write a speech for Kemmons Wilson, legendary founder of the hotel chain.
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