Fully

Fully is a municipality in the district of Martigny in the canton of Valais in Switzerland.

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St Peter And Paul's Catholic Church (New Brighton) - The Present
... of Christ the King, to re-open the church fully ... member of the Institute of Christ the King took up residence in the fully renovated presbytery ... The church is fully open with Sung High Mass celebrated every Sunday at 11.30 am ...
List Of Non-marine Molluscs Of Great Britain - Conservation
... and Countryside Act 1981 Catinella arenaria and Myxas glutinosa are fully protected since 1981 Margaritifera margaritifera is partly protected since 1991 and fully protected since 1998 Helix ...
Fully - Education
... In Fully about 1,628 or (29.1%) of the population have completed non-mandatory upper secondary education, and 492 or (8.8%) have completed additional higher education (either ... As of 2000, there were 8 students in Fully who came from another municipality, while 470 residents attended schools outside the municipality ...
Lac De Fully
... Lac de Fully (or Lac supérieur de Fully) is a reservoir in the canton of Valais, Switzerland ...
Liceo De Cagayan University - Scholarship - For Academic Scholars
... Placer - Plaque of Recognition plus a full scholarship grant that is fully assignable ... - Plaque of Recognition plus partial (75%) scholarship grant that is fully assignable ... Placer - Plaque of Recognition plus a partial (50%) scholarship grant that is fully assignable ...

Famous quotes containing the word fully:

    The Greeks, with their truly healthy culture, have once and for all justified philosophy simply by having engaged in it, and having engaged in it more fully than any other people.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    One of the most significant effects of age-segregation in our society has been the isolation of children from the world of work. Whereas in the past children not only saw what their parents did for a living but even shared substantially in the task, many children nowadays have only a vague notion of the nature of the parent’s job, and have had little or no opportunity to observe the parent, or for that matter any other adult, when he is fully engaged in his work.
    Urie Bronfenbrenner (b. 1917)

    Young people love what is interesting and odd, no matter how true or false it is. More mature minds love what is interesting and odd about truth. Fully mature intellects, finally, love truth, even when it appears plain and simple, boring to the ordinary person; for they have noticed that truth tends to reveal its highest wisdom in the guise of simplicity.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)