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HCC manned the Wales the True Taste trailer on the town's promenade to show how red meat plays an important role in a healthy diet and to coincide with the arrival of the Halfords Tour Series in town.
This year's renewal will be held at the Berkshire track on Saturday, November 27, to coincide with the Hennessy Gold Cup meeting.
The collection was held to coincide with 40 visually impaired children, their families and five working guide dogs, attending the performance of Jack and the Beanstalk.
To coincide with the new charge to consumers, RONA will introduce a new, large-size reusable bag, in addition to the medium-sized bag already available in stores.
A survey of nine to 11-year-olds, conducted for Cycling England to coincide with this week's Bike to School Week, shows that children want parents to allow them to cycle to school to better equip them to perform well in class.
1 : to happen at the same time <The band's performance is scheduled to coincide with the fireworks.>
Worldwide Computer Products News-24 October 2008-NetIDme launches new version of ChatShield program to coincide with Internet Watch Foundation Awareness Day(C)1995-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-24 October 2008-NetIDme launches new version of ChatShield program to coincide with Internet Watch Foundation Awareness Day(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
Clinton, whose passion for the puzzles was on display in the crossword film "Wordplay," will pen the answers for a puzzle that will appear May 6 on NYTimes.com, which will coincide with an issue of the New York Times magazine with a Baby Boomer theme.
The project has been organised by the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA) and is to coincide with National Sure Start Month.
However, we have established that the two [entities] in a correlation should coincide in existence--if one of them exists in potentiality, the other should also exist in potentiality, and if one of them exists in actuality, the other should also exist in actuality--therefore, what remains is that the existence of time should coincide with the existence of the period in order for both to exist in actuality, [for otherwise] the existence of the period before the time would require a time in the past before it and this goes on ad infinitum.
To coincide with the effective date of the underlying check-processing changes, the amendments will become effective June 18, 2005.