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matins

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a. Chiefly RC Church the first of the seven canonical hours of prayer, originally observed at night but now often recited with lauds at daybreak
b. the service of morning prayer in the Church of England
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And I expect Paul Carberry to dictate the pace and land the spoils on Un Beau Matin.
Most of the seedlings would be sown in front of the Agriculture and Live Stock Department, around the Municipality Department and other areas of Farah City, Matin said.
Le nombre des disparus a ete revu en nette baisse hier matin, de 170 a 85, apres un decompte plus exact des personnes secourues vendredi soir et samedi.
He's been hiked to 149 following his recent course-and-distance success, 2lb clear of Simenon and a massive 14lb superior to Un Beau Matin.
According to forecasts from the agriculture ministry, the cereals harvest (this year) should stand at between 3 and 4 million tonnes," Le Matin said.
Last week Matin Coffee Shop was ordered by magistrates to pay pounds 5,681 following an inspection in January last year.
Sion will do whatever it takes to protect our keeper's and the club's interests," he told Le Matin.
The Matin article angrily remarked on the conspicuous absence at the opening of the Swiss ambassador to France, Francois Nordmann, and noted that he had sent a confidential note to Bern suggesting the exhibition could "harm the image of Switzerland," a bottom-up democracy where just about everything is decided by popular vote.
Local newspaper Cannes Matin Nice Matin yesterday reported that police have not had any response to their missing persons story in Thursday's issue.
His antitotalitarian parable Matin brun, originally published in 1998, became a phenomenon after the virulent National Front leader Jean-Marie Le Pen beat the official challenger, socialist prime minister Lionel Jospin, in the first round of the 2002 French presidential elections.
In Pour ansi dire (So to Speak), Maguy Matin and designer Christian Toullec created brilliant havoc with space and time.
British rock star Phil Collins married his Swiss fiancee, Orianne Cevey, in a private civil ceremony in Switzerland, Lausanne daily Le Matin reported Saturday.