When an Alabama company comes into Arkansas and puts a nearly identical magazine on the same shelves, then the intellectual property owner is compelled to enforce its claim," said Mark Murphey Henry, Celebrate
Publishing's Fayetteville lawyer.
So how can you celebrate
the kids in your music program?
Megan Waggott, 18: "We celebrate
St Patrick's Day a lot more ( everywhere there were green hats and things like that.
As we go to our parties and religious services this season think about the freedom we have to celebrate
and sing our God's praises.
Laura Przybek, 22, student, Jesmond: Why not celebrate
But if you celebrate
a different holiday in December, like Hanukkah or Kwanzaa, you can still get together with your girls and have a gift-giving gala.
We were happy to celebrate
Tezuka Architects' splendid local museum in the mountains of the Niigata Province, Japan (p78), which both explains the strange landscape, and physically engages with it.
We're talking about perhaps the biggest gay holiday of the year--bigger than gay pride, because even self-conscious straight people can celebrate
Halloween with us without fear.
We are here to celebrate
, really, two related accomplishments: the 50th anniversary of the establishment of an official European Commission presence here in Washington, D.
We need to celebrate
our nationaldaywithoutambiguity or embarrassment just as the Scots, Welsh, Irish and everybody else celebrate
their special days.
Barbara Poulson,from Stockbridge Village, says: ``We should celebrate
St David's Day more,as it is a way of making the Welsh citizens in England feel more valued.
And as we gather in Charlotte, my hope is that we come together, celebrate
the sport, and celebrate
the people that are part of OUR family.
A series of cultural, educational and ethnic events were held June 11, in 91 countries to celebrate
the second annual World Trade Centers Association (WTCA) Day according to Guy F.
About one-third of people in Asia, excluding Japan, celebrate
Christmas, a regional survey found Thursday.
For many Americans, perhaps the most patriotic way to usher in the new millennium is to celebrate
at the nation's capital, in Washington, D.