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... Nationality Days are several annual events, each spotlighting a different local culture ... These include, but are not limited to, Irish Day, Greek Day, Serbian Day, Croatian Day, Polish Day, Slovak Day, Hungarian Day, and Italian Day ... On these days some of the park's many picnic pavilions will be in use for entertainers of the particular day's nationality, including ethnic dancers ...
... is that there are more thunderstorms than anywhere else in the Netherlands, up to 31 days a year ... precipitation days (≥ 0.1 mm) 182 ... Avg ... snowy days (≥ 0.1 cm) 25 ... Mean monthly sunshine hours 63.1 84.5 119.1 171.7 203.8 195.5 205.9 190.2 142.0 113.4 64.2 50.1 1,603.5 ...
... holiday (Yom Tov or chag in Hebrew) is a day that is holy to the Jewish people according to Judaism and is usually derived from the Hebrew Bible, specifically the Torah, and ... There are a number of festival days, fast days (ta'anit) and days of remembrance ...
... Gestation is usually between 50 to 52 days, although there have been 62 and 63 day gestation periods reported from foxes in captivity ... is between one and four kits, with weaning taking place at around 61 to 70 days ... and its eyes are closed, with the eyes opening at around ten days and the ears lifting soon afterward ...
30 Days of Night is the movie novelization of the film 30 Days of Night, itself based on the comic series 30 Days of Night ... The comic has several novel spinoffs of its own however, unlike those, 30 Days of Night is not written by the comic author (Steve Niles) but by English. 30 Days of Night Creators Steve Niles Ben Templesmith Dan Wickline Matt Fraction Comics 30 Days of Night Red Snow Novels 30 Days of Night Rumors of the Undead ...
Famous quotes containing the word days:
“I have heard it said that it took Messrs. Shipman and Hymer [the playwrights] just three- and-a-half days to write their drama. I should like to know what they were doing during the three days.”
—Dorothy Parker (18931967)
“They will visit you at your convenience, whether you are lonesome or not, on rainy days or fair. They propose themselves as either transient acquaintances or permanent friends. They will stay as long as you like, departing or returning as you wish. Their friendship entails no obligation. Best of all, and not always true of our merely human friends, they have Cleopatras infinite variety.”
—Clifton Fadiman (b. 1904)
“I fasted for some forty days on bread and buttermilk
For passing round the bottle with girls in rags or silk,
In country shawl or Paris cloak, had put my wits astray,
And whats the good of women for all that they can say
Is fol de rol de rolly O.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)