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Winners of their prestigious IMF music award for their commitment to American roots music by the legendary Club Passim in Cambridge Massachusetts, Adela & Jude travel across the country performing to enthusiastic audiences everywhere.
For two shows Sunday, super folk group End Construction will reunite for "A Show of Support for Stuart Ferguson" at the legendary Club Passim in Cambridge.
Karachi -- Four ships carrying containers and chemical were allotted berths on Passim International Containers Terminal and Engro Ropak Terminal on Tuesday.
2000) The Practice of University History Teaching Manchester: Manchester University Press, passim.
NEVER HAVE SO MANY BODY PARTS been named in a collection of poetry: hand passim, mouth repeatedly (and "oral cavity"), eyelid, cheek, foot to nape, finger, back, backbone ("Roils in haycocks of soft / up along the backbone"), skin, breast, collarbone, elbow, teeth, shoulder ("Embrace me in your shoulder"), hip, chest (i.
His verse collections include passim (Rowohlt, 1986), Das Klarfeld Gedicht (LCB-Editionen, 1988), Verloren ohne Rettung(Residenz, 1996), and Prosperos Land (Jung und Jung, 2001).
A Documentary History of Education in the South Before 1860, 5 vols (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1943) passim; Charles William Dabney, Universal Education in the South (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1936) passim.
Fresh off a standing ovation at the legendary Newport Folk Festival in Rhode Island, Mary Gauthier is relating the tale of the first time she ever performed onstage, at Club Passim on Harvard Square in Cambridge, Mass.