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12) Festival of Folk Music: A Time for Sittin', Listenin', and Reverie - June 3, 1963 (p.

He shakes off the reverie and they return to the ship to plan for the morning's attack on the Visser.

He is brought out of his reverie by the boss of a work crew.

The swell of emotion

The bestowal of the highly reverent title, Malietoa, marked a historical period in Samoan history when the islands were officially recognized to be independent from the realms of Tongan rule.

In these cases, reverent consumption or disposal is often practiced.

The arts of luxury were honoured, the serious and manly virtues were the subject of ridicule, and the contempt for female modesty and reverent age announced the universal corruption of the capital of the East.

His devotion was supported by that highlands tradition of reverent and importunate calling upon the Lord of glory and grace.

But Gabriel's agent had said in reverent tones that this was the Man, and studio heads genuflected when he passed; so Gabriel had nodded politely.

A major theme here is an earthy music performed in reverent tribute to the Spirit of a People that symbolises oneness with Nature.

The laugh (I think the Madonna laughs, too) is quite intentional, and completely reverent.

As midnight approaches, a lull of reverent silence falls over the crowds.

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