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The weeks lengthened into months, and the holidays came; but just before the holidays Black Sheep fell into deadly sin.
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These gorgeous tea-cups were never used but on high-days and holidays, or on the advent of any particular visitors.
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You hand it over to me and come back with me next holidays, and bring me a coach-full of your fellows.
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When a letter comes, forward it at once, and if necessary I shall go there during the holidays, and bring her home.
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In spring the students were generally set an important task to be completed during the summer holidays.
I often console myself with thoughts of Easter, spring, and the summer holidays.
Before the summer holidays came, Tchaikovskys health was in an unsatisfactory condition.
Tchaikovsky, however, devoted part of his holidays to his intimate friends Kondratiev and Shilovsky.
Just before the holidays, my dear brotherkin, I made the acquaintance of Count Tolstoi.
It would be very nice, of course, to see other places and all thatbut you can always travel in your holidays.