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Together they published a book combining "Kermess," about customs in Racalmuto, and "Museo d'Ombre," about life and mores in Comiso.
En effet, si celui-ci apprecie en tant qu'esthete la paisible simplicite des paysans de la Campine, il montre egalement un gout prononce pour les scenes de carnage, kermesses voluptueuses et meurtrieres comme celles d'Escal-Vigor, qui coincident a des moments d'extase ou se resolvent des passions sensuelles dechainees.
"Over the next few weeks the calendar is packed with Under 23 races, interclub races and top-rated kermesses, so a result is not far away!"
En effet, certains voyageurs qui multiplient les trajets en Armenie rapportent des series d'objets afin qu'ils soient vendus aux kermesses. Ceux qui n'ont pas l'occasion de se deplacer peuvent ainsi acquerir les articles pour, eux aussi, decorer leur interieur domestique ou en faire cadeau.
First up for them is a criterium in Ledegem, West Flanders tomorrow, followed by a couple of kermesses - multi-lap, town circuit events - in Lovendegem and Ardooie on Saturday and Sunday.
The Dresden Master's treatment of the peasants' drunken revelry is part of a tradition that persisted well into the seventeenth century in the kermesses and alehouse scenes of Brouwer, Teniers and Adrian van Ostade.
Some members participated in Church activities such as parish meetings, the musical animation of Sunday Mass, and kermesses but kept separate their engagement in church and women's group.
Las mujeres, su esposa Margot y su hija Margarita, participan activamente en la actividad filantropica a traves de la Sociedad de Beneficencia, en la organizacion de veladas y bailes, en actos publicos para fines beneficos; realizan visitas a otras familias burguesas o participan de paseos, "kermesses, pic-nics o garden-parties" (Booz 1938, 165) organizados por ellas u otras.