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For a corporate client who hosted 1,500-person holiday fetes before the pandemic, Tinsel Experiential Design in New York instead organized three separate events with two different concepts.
OFFICE HOLIDAY PARTIES ARE BACK AND SMALLER THAN EVERRANI MOLLANOVEMBER 22, 2021VOX
She spent the day wandering around in shock until she could pop corks with her colleagues in a virtual fete.
THESE SCIENTISTS SPENT DECADES PUSHING NASA TO GO BACK TO VENUS. NOW THEY’RE ON A HOT STREAK.CORINNE IOZZIOJUNE 29, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
At midsummer was to be a fete in the Saboba village, and the San Bernardino priest would come there.
RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON
Two or three times during the winter he gave a fete as a matter of social pride in return for the civilities he received.
JUANAHONORE DE BALZAC
Both were present at this fete given at the New Palace on the night of the 15th of July in their character of reporters.
MICHAEL STROGOFFJULES VERNE
Everybody wore rich apparel and was talking of the coming fete.
THE LAND OF THE CHANGING SUNWILLIAM N. HARBEN
Next week, sometime, I am to have my promised lawn fete to introduce 53 the countryside to the new member of our household.
MAVIS OF GREEN HILLFAITH BALDWIN
There was always a lawn fete when school closed in June at which the girls invited relatives and friends.
THE GIRLS AT MOUNT MORRISAMANDA MINNIE DOUGLAS
Not even graduation and the lawn fete, for then we all wear simple white muslin.
THE GIRLS AT MOUNT MORRISAMANDA MINNIE DOUGLAS
The Church consecrated the day of the miraculous deliverance a fete day observable by Greeks forever.
THE PRINCE OF INDIA, VOLUME ILEW. WALLACE
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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