Some articles on event, events, public, public events:
... Mayor of Moscow and asked him if he would allow such event in his city ... his readiness to appeal all possible bans of such events by Moscow Mayor in the European Court of Human Rights ... Uncompromising fight for the conduct of Moscow Pride through banned public manifestations and rigorous legal work based on court appeals against all bans of LGBT ...
... were asked to retrieve memories that were classified as either public or private to try to find differences in terms of when these memories were stored ... Public events are events that everyone living at the time know about and are exposed to (political, war/murder, sports/entertainment or news events), but ... When recalling public events, participants were between ages 10 and 19 and when recalling private events, participants were between 20 and 29 ...
... Shaar HaShamayim Yeshiva invites the public to participate in special yeshiva events during the year ... Shaar HaShamayim Yeshiva has increased public awareness of the yahrzeit of the Arizal on 5 Av, and reintroduced the custom of visiting his gravesite in Safed on that day ...
... Yet Adorno was no less moved by other public events protesting the publication of Heinrich Mann's novel Professor Unrat with its film title, The Blue Angel declaring his sympathy ...
... Public services are a chance for the Explorers to get out in public and interact with the community ... Events range from crowd control at parades, to providing security and uniformed presence at events like fairs and sporting events, and directing traffic during mass ...
Famous quotes containing the words events and/or public:
“When the world was half a thousand years younger all events had much sharper outlines than now. The distance between sadness and joy, between good and bad fortune, seemed to be much greater than for us; every experience had that degree of directness and absoluteness which joy and sadness still have in the mind of a child”
—Johan Huizinga (18721945)
“Hast ever ben in Omaha
Where rolls the dark Missouri down,
Where four strong horses scarce can draw
An empty wagon through the town?
Where sand is blown from every mound
To fill your eyes and ears and throat;
Where all the steamboats are aground,
And all the houses are afloat?...
If not, take heed to what I say,
Youll find it just as I have found it;
And if it lies upon your way
For Gods sake, reader, go around it!”
—For the State of Nebraska, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)