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And the melancholy brook would add this other tale to the mystery with which its little heart was already overburdened, and whereof it still kept up a murmuring babble, with not a whit more cheerfulness of tone than for ages heretofore.
It's this way, Killeny," Daughtry began, one evening, Michael's head resting on his lord's knees as he gazed adoringly up into his lord's face, understanding no whit of what was spoken but loving the intimacy the sounds betokened.
Not a whit abashed by the disappointment caused by his having come in place of the old prince, Veslovsky greeted Levin gaily, claiming acquaintance with him in the past, and snatching up Grisha into the carriage, lifted him over the pointer that Stepan Arkadyevitch had brought with him.
It was Whit Friday, 1963 - June 7 to be precise - and thousands were taking part in the traditional 'Procession of Witness', with congregations from churches and chapels across the region parading through the streets, led by local bands.
Whit Walks are traditionally held on this date in the north west of England, and this week's All Our Yesterdays looks back on these historical walks in Huddersfield and the surrounding areas.
As it depended on Easter - which does not have a fixed date because it is scheduled to fall on the first Sunday after the first full moon following the Spring Equinox - Whit also moved around the calendar from year-to-year.
Time is stretched for Whit because of the vast distances travelled.
Their mission is to save Whit and terminate a payload full of a lethal biological weapon--an infectious goo--that is responsible for the mysterious state of mind that visitors to Infini become afflicted with.
We are excited to welcome Whit as a key addition to our team of experts servicing the greater Fort Worth area, said Leland Prowse, Transwestern principal.
Whit Hill's memoir is engaging and interesting, but is it not about Madonna?
In the Eastern Orthodox Church Whit Monday (or Pentacost Monday) is known as "Monday of the Holy Spirit" or "Day of the Holy Spirit" and is the first day of the afterfeast of Pentecost, being dedicated specifically to the honor of God the Holy Spirit and particularly to the historical event of his descent on the holy apostles on Pentecost.
The tourism industry is gaining ground at this time of year, so whether you want to have a round of golf at one of North Wales' challenging courses, a battery-re-charging walk along one of our secluded beaches, or a spot of challenging rock climbing with your mates, make a pact with yourself to get out there this Whit break, and enjoy the beautiful natural playground that is North Wales.