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We really enjoy getting together, hopefully we'll have more reunions in the future.
I love that you're getting together with Todd to talk about it on the DVD.
For the next 20 years, Secter made more films, including a bohemian comedy called Getting Together and the soft-core Blow Dry.
Members of Warwickshire Wildlife Trust's North Warwickshire Area Group will be getting together at the Hatters Space Community Centre, Upper Abbey Street, Nuneaton, on Tuesday, January 18, at 7.
When a member at the annual brunch suggested getting together regularly to read and discuss books, Little--an avid reader since childhood--purchased Circles of Sisterhood: A Book Discussion Group Guide for Women of Color (Writers & Readers Publishing, 1996), a book group primer by Pat Neblett, to determine what was involved in starting a book club.
It's like getting together with cousins we haven't seen since we were little kids," Bishop Ray Schultz, national bishop of ELCIC, said in an interview.
TWO youths club are getting together to fast for charity.
Its monthly luncheon meetings offer networking opportunities for real estate professionals who are interested in seeking career opportunities, making lucrative and rewarding business contacts, or just getting together with fellow industry professionals.
Recently Heidi recounted the tradition of getting together with her mom and sister to bake Christmas cookies.
Neuhaus, who grew up in Canada, says that "they seem to be the only national group that is getting together each night to coordinate their interventions and collectively approve of their texts.
By pooling $25 to $50 or more a month, and getting together with some associates, the workplace can be a perfect vehicle for blacks to build wealth, says Perry-Mason.
Appgen found its solution by getting together with Caldera, Inc.