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The superintendent said his staff identified the 15 observance days by looking through Fairfax attendance data to find any day on which student or staff observances exceeded the average at least once over the past five years.
The quarantine has shown its effectiveness in controlling the situation here and a strict observance of its rules will soon bring the bugs to time again.
Finally, Term Sheet will be off on Monday in observance of Labor Day!
The observance, under various phases, is described in Scripture as an undisputed and indisputable reality.
All things that could give solemnity to an observance unite to invest this with a devout character.
The devotional reading of the story is a most natural and helpful observance of the Easter season.
HIS LAST WEEKWILLIAM E. BARTON
The observance is incumbent on an individual in a certain condition; but his heart is against it.
The prophet prayeth to be delivered from his enemies, and preacheth up the observance of the sabbath.
In the matter of ritual and observance, state-organisation—and its absence—are alike significant.
The obligation of a permanent duty cannot be dissolved; but the observance of it may and ought to be vowed successively.

WORDS RELATED TO OBSERVANCE

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