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Today, the Scottville Clown Band is a non-profit corporation with over 300 members. It performs over 60 times a year for parades, concerts, entertainment tents and private celebrations. Profits from performances and merchandise sales help…

Skagen provided a reconstruction in 1958. It is lit once a year for the midsummer festivities on Sankt Hans Aften when a bonfire also burns on the beach.

… called Toastmasters University), twice a year for club officers and for any other members who wish to attend. Divisions within districts are also encouraged to run smaller training sessions for club officers, especially in larger districts…

The will of Sir Richard Hansard in 1619, endowed a private school, in Lifford. The will provided for 30 pounds sterling a year for a master, and 20 pounds sterling a year for an usher. The school was intended to cater for classical…

The village school was first built in Main Street in 1795 as a result of a legacy left by Christopher Wharton. Education was provided free for 12 poor boys and 6 poor girls who had to provide one shilling a year for kindling. Pay scholars…

Wenlock, although he had to pay the prior 3s. 4d. a year for the right. However, Wenlock was a Cluniac house and so classed as an alien priory, the daughter house of an abbey in France. Hence it was constantly seized by the Crown during the…

The venue for Frazer and Rosie’s wedding told them that they would be shutting for a year for renovations, so they had to either postpone the wedding or bring it forward. They decide to bring it forward, leaving them with only a week to…

… advisors are aware of the Speak Up Scholarship, however the program has helped five to ten students a year for the last few years, within ten being awarded the scholarship in 2004.

The two teams first met in 1951, a game in which the Gators won 61-51. The two teams met sporadically from then until 1978. Since then, the rivalry has been played at least once a year. For both teams, it is the only out of conference rival that they play every season.

… of homage and recognised him as king; Henry renounced his claims on western Normandy, except for Domfront, and agreed to pay Robert £2,000 a year for life; if either brother died without a male heir, the other would inherit his lands; the…

The tuition is $15,000 a year for the Lower School, $16,000 a year for the Middle School and $17,000 for the Upper School, which is approximately mid-range for private schools in Santa Barbara. To encourage a diverse group of families to…

The tuition in public engineering schools is comparable to universities, albeit a little higher (around €700). However it can reach €7000 a year for private engineering schools, and some business schools, which are all private or partially private, charge up to €15000 a year.

The trust made a Private Finance Initiative deal in 2007 for the building of a £76 million elective care centre. It is required to pay £9 million a year for 30 years to Key Health Services (Addenrookes) Ltd. which is owned by 3i and NIBC Bank.

… of the Neah Bay Treaty and the Boldt decision, took their first California gray whale in over seventy years in 1999. Following a lawsuit by various animal rights activists, the tribe was allocated the right to take up to five whales a year for the 2001 and 2002 seasons.

… 1995, the image has been taken once a year for a “check up” with the “pediatrician,” which is annual examination, including X-ray and maintenance work done by INAH. The image is hosted by a sponsor or “mayordomo” each year in the family…

… night and begins to sing a song. He is promptly locked up for a year for disturbing the peace. Upon his release, he vows to get back at the citizens of Mucho Loma. Taking a black outfit and a branding iron with a zero on the end, he becomes…

… oldest homes in Kikuchi District that opens twice a year for tourists, a racing track, and is located on the edge of the caldera that surrounds Mount Aso.

… many fires on Telegraph Hill, notably in 1894 and 1901. It was home for a year for some 600 people who lived in wooden barracks and Army tents after the 1906 earthquake and fire.

The theoretical return period is the inverse of the probability that the event will be exceeded in any one year (or more accurately the inverse of the expected number of occurrences in a year). For example, a 10-year flood has a 1/10 = 0.1…

The theatre school only accepts 12 people out of some 2500 applications a year for the three-year BA acting course, making it one of the most selective drama schools in the world.Applicants are purely judged on talent alone in two rounds…

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