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Decades later, at whatever fan fest or old timers’ day, when the subject of 2019 comes up — or 1983 in Baltimore or 2004 in Boston or 2016 on the North Side of Chicago — smiles appear on every face, including players.
She knew the firefighter because he had worked with her husband, Kevin, the town’s library director, on the local jazz fest.
Halloween isn’t a single day for the industry but rather a 10-week treat-buying fest.
The city was splendidly decorated with flags, and the "Fest" was a grand success in every respect.
THE YOUTHFUL WANDERERGEORGE H. HEFFNER
It is uncomfortable to stand through a visit––and I mean to have a long talk-fest with you, if you will be so kind.
Ich bin fest wie ein Mauer,—fest wie ein Berg, ich halte Sie gewiss, or some such expression.
At first he seemed to be divided between rushing me with a poker and sitting down for a swear-fest.
DOWN THE YELLOWSTONELEWIS R. FREEMAN
Unfortunately, too, it was under conditions which made it impracticable to relieve his feelings in a swear-fest.
DOWN THE YELLOWSTONELEWIS R. FREEMAN
After the masse was done ther was a greate banket and fest and the ladyes of England highly entreteyned.
Just then the luncheon bell rang, and he 229 went out to the midday “gab-fest,” as he inwardly characterised it.

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