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So, if all these things happen together, you have a good chance of seeing a Fairy--or at least a much better chance than if they didn't.
Meningitis and septicaemia often happen together and it is vital to know all the signs and symptoms The early signs and symptoms of meningitis and septicaemia can be similar to flu and include fever, headache, nausea, vomiting and muscle pain.
1 am looking forward to seeing you at the event as we witness and make history happen together.
We've always had an idea of making something happen together," he said.
I'm pleased that the matter is seriously on the agenda by now and that the Government sees sense in trying to make both developments happen together.
Added to that, we've got something really exciting to announce that will be happening in the bar so we've made the decision to hold off on opening until early next year when everything can happen together.
Events in Daraya must, of course, be viewed in context with the rapid developments in the north, and such things do not happen together by chance.
This suggests that changes you've had in mind could finally happen together and, even more, matters you've worried would never come to light will be discussed.
Oregon could show that healthy forests and economic growth can happen together, said Travis Joseph, president of the American Forest Resource Council.
Opening the high-level meeting, Mogens Lykketoft, the President of the General Assembly, congratulated and thanked the co-facilitators for their able leadership throughout the process and noted, "once again, the membership of the United Nations has proven that through perseverance, commitment and compromise, we can advance and make great things happen together.
Both need to happen together to get the total benefit.
He stressed that these efforts must happen together with launching a comprehensive political process, noting that the priority now is for resolution no.