Specifically, the light recordings took place during the summermonths of July and August, in San Diego, California.
Not a large area, the Algarve is relatively easy to get around, whether by train or car (an effort that is much more relaxing outside of the main summerseason).
Another story chronicles the struggles that Washingtonians face when it comes time to sign their little darlings up for summerday camps.
On down the coast road we get to a string of growing resorts forming a summerholiday centre — La Zenia, Cabo Roig, and Campoamor.
My ghastliest show-business moments were spent with Dustin Hoffman, but bad as they were, there were nowhere near as bad as being told you've flunked an exam you haven't flunked and being forced to go to summerschool (and, as the Times notes today, being punished by your parents for flunking said exam).
Sponsor a child at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis' summercamp today!
On a summerevening it is one of the best places to sit with a drink and watch the world go by, and is within easy reach of a romantic walk along the canalsides.
But it’s not just international tourists that descend on the Algarve; many Portuguese from Lisbon and elsewhere in the north have holiday homes and spend their summervacations here.
You have to feel the summersun, or see your breath on a crisp winter morning as you step out to see what Amsterdam is all about.
And here's hoping that you enjoy the summerweekend without thinking for a single New York minute about the upcoming Senate race.
It can also be several degrees warmer, which accounts for the thermal breezes and mellow summertemperatures.
I'm Melting One hundred eighty-two people have died in the summerheat wave.
Another way to judge a grant program is to count the number of summerhouses the grant recipients have bought; by this measure the MacArthurs are a triumph.
Tomorrow's headlines today: Although the story may not have appeared in the Los Angeles edition of the New York Times being placed right now outside the door of your splendid suite at the Peninsula, 8,668 of the New York grade-schoolers who were informed last spring they'd flunked, and had to take remedial summercourses, did not in fact flunk.
You should have no difficulty in reaching the outlying areas, including Spandau, the museums in Dahlem, the parks and lakes in the Grunewald, and the summerpalaces in Potsdam, by public transport.
These courses will be offered again as part of the Summerprogramme at the end of 2002 and then as a second semester course in 2003.
The resort is equipped with a children's adventure playground and children's holiday programmes are provided during the summerbreak.
The Students’ Association is active during the summertrimester.
That sense of excitement in the air ... the soaring stock market ... the summerweather that has lasted beyond its normal term ... the sudden improvement in scansion and rhyme in American poetry: These welcome developments can have only two possible explanations.
On the other hand, there's this from a veteran who claims to have been there, quoted in the NYT : "On summernights when the breeze is blowing, I can still hear their cries, the little kids screaming."
The winter and summersports programme provides a wide range of sporting codes for all students.
It's like saying, "Fertilize your lawn with this 'special' fertilizer and you won't have to water your lawn in the summertime like you do with the other fertilizers".
During the main summerperiod from November until April we have around 3 departures of 2 and 3 day guided trips per week and outside this period around 1 departure of each per week.
Paul Bugarin of the Calexico, Calif., police department, which begins: "One summermorning I was dispatched to a non-injury accident within a residential area."
Lacking maintenance applications of fertiliser and not surviving the summerdroughts, most of the grass died off and was lost.
He recently purchased 387 acres on one of the San Juan Islands that is the site of Camp Nor'Wester, a venerated children's summerretreat.
The ideal property was found on Waiheke Island, famous for its low summerrainfall, high sunshine hours and beautiful white sand beaches.
During the summersemester 2003, the Student Centre will be open from 10am to 4pm.
In contrast, "Circuits" prints stories on teenagers working in tech-oriented summerjobs and on password proliferation.
Apparently, the summer's "curry-poisoning sensation," when someone added arsenic to food that was served at a summerfestival, and media stories about dioxin poisoning and environmental hazards account for doku 's popularity.
Most pundits agree that the fate of a tax cut this year will not be known until after a summerrecess.
Culturebox sez: Being moved by a summerblockbuster makes you feel like a sap; it's like crying at an AT&T commercial.
Rain O'er Me Summervisitors like to say that it doesn't rain that much in Seattle.
It was he who led Venison to the loft above the horse stalls for long heart-to-hearts and masturbation as summerrains raised the smells of damp hay and animal excretions.
However, Kuwaiti caterers who have been expecting a summerslump in business are now looking forward to a boom, the paper said.
Winters here are marvelously mild and deserted, but even during the peaksummer months you can seek out the island’s many enchanted corners away from the crowds.
The school year runs from September to June when there is a 10 weeksummer vacation.
The magnificent 17th-century palace occupies its own little island in the River Dahme, and is the occasional setting for open-airsummer concerts.
Sciencesummer school - Top-performing science high school students from throughout New Zealand and Australia visited the Albany campus for some hands-on learning during a science summer school.
Commencingsummer 1999/2000 there will be an additional show at 11.15am.
Seafood stands line the wharfside — though the fish is very likely to be imported — and there are two shopping centers, Ghirardelli Square, a converted red-brick former chocolate factory (there are good free concertssummer weekends), and The Cannery, once a fruit-processing plant.
At the end of the road, near an alpine waterfall, the Kazakhs, who once rode with Genghis and Kublai Khan across these grasslands, open their village to visitors and in July stage a six-daysummer fair (nadam) with horse races and wrestling.
In three months they would raise billions of pounds in tax in their emergencysummer budget.
5pm, Monday, 1 September 2003 All other HRC awards (EthicsSummer Studentships, Research Fellowships, the HRC Foxley Fellowship, the Girdlers' New Zealand HRC Fellowship and the Sir Charles Hercus Research Fellowship).
The Cape has cool, wet winters, whilst the highveld experiencessummer thunderstorms.
At the time of this explorationsummer school information from the United Kingdom, another destination of interest to New Zealand health promoters, was not available.
Elsewhere, sexy French vocals and laid back house grooves blend together ever so nicely making Gabin a sure firesummer scorcher.
Opening of Trout fishingSummer season.
Evergreen with showy red flowerssummer and autumn.
FreedomSummer volunteers Andrew Goodman, James Chaney, and Michael Schwerner were murdered.
For the larger breweries this has an important strategic advantage and provides fresh hop stocks during the peak demand period of the Northern hemispheresummer.
River levels are higher but fish have lost their hightsummer spookiness.
It runs on the hoursummer afternoons and during the Christmas season; other times, Saturdays only.
“We pulled together all the net samples we could lay our hands on that had been obtained in the Southern Ocean over the last 80 years,” Atkinson says, analyzing nearly 12,000 krillsummer net hauls taken from 1926–1939 and from 1976–2003.
Quality leathersummer weight gloves are available.
Gardeners can snip leavessummer through autumn for fresh use or drying.
The island is mostly quiet, with a short, three-monthsummer season.
Five very successful Catechism camps were held during the schoolsummer holidays in January: 1) at St. 363723
100 seatersummer venue.
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FM 90.7 In 1982 1XX ran what was the first of many short-termsummer stations and this station was the first licensed FM Stereo Radio station in NZ.
You know, when we did that New England thingsummer before last.
A few reviewers discern "tongue-in-cheek" humor in the use of sex symbol Gibson as a "poster boy for schizophrenia," and declare the film smarter than "other high-ticketsummer fare" (Jack Mathews, Newsday ).
Sometimes the soldiers took over the huts in spring, so that often the first difference between a villagesummer site and a platoon HQ location was the siting of Mortar pits or a volleyball court.
Laundry powder, your own toiletries, coffee, phone card for toll calls, personal activities to fill in waiting hours and some light weightsummer day clothes.
After two highly acclaimed story collections, this "young Mozart of Jewish fiction" (Judith Dunford, Newsday ) has written a warm, subtle, understated novel about the daily lives of a group of Orthodox Jews whosummer in a small town in the Catskills.
Simon's voice sounds as young as it did on "Homeward Bound," and the number brims with all the possibilities of teen romance in those hot '50ssummers.
The witchSummer said to the witch KD, "I have caught the fairy Teneal.
In this areasummers tend to be hot and dry and the grassy hills brown.
Escape to Christchurch or Queenstown for a chillsummer.