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1. The beer festival was a huge open-air jamboree with music, stalls and everyone enjoying themselves.
2. If nothing else, the jamboree has done wonders for the national dress.
3. For many, this outsized jamboree became both a new Pentecost and a New Jerusalem rolled into one.
4. There will be a daylong jamboree, treasure hunt and barbecue on the Saturday.
5. But not everyone is welcoming the jamboree.
6. Unfortunately, we can't go to the jamboree.
7. It's a next - generation jamboree.
8. The jamboree had less to do with selection than with celebration—and most conservatives feel they have a good deal to relish right now.
9. What do you bring to the jamboree,darling,huh? Aside from those baby blues and a knife?
10. It is a jamboree by the politicians to focus attention away from the 16 years of democracy that have not delivered for the majority of black people in this country.
11. Jamboree is a simple music player that has a D-BUS interface so that it can be told to play, go to the next song, change the volume, and so on.
12. Everything about the Shanghai jamboree is super-size, most prominently the China Pavilion, a red upside-down pyramid with floor space equivalent to 35 football fields.
13. The limited nature of the jamboree reflects two aspects of contemporary Italy that are likely to have an impact on its affairs in 2011.
14. Rising early, Miss Lodsworth prayed that it would continue fine and her guides would find enjoyment as well as fulfilment in their Jamboree.
15. Had they felt a flicker of disrespect, he wondered, dressing for a jamboree which was now more like a wake?
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16. A more amusing but far less useful example is the combination of Jamboree and Ringaling.
17. In this case it is Portugal that sits as president, and the Lisbon jamboree was its big idea (see article).
18. The Olympics have probably gone past the point of no return, but staging another sporting jamboree so soon, when money is so tight, may look like a luxury too far.
19. She may be an octogenarian but Queen Elizabeth has joined the Web 2.0 jamboree just in time for Christmas.
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