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Instead, Els had received a letter welcoming him as an honorary invitee.
Thomas Schwartz, a political scientist at UCLA, was a frequent invitee.
That’ll be important to watch as the Playoff selection committee looks to find its access-bowl invitee to a New Year’s Six bowl.
Because Republcians had more spots for invitees than Democrats at yesterday's Senate hearing, most of the Alaskans in attendance supported drilling.
At the Palazzo Valguarnera-Gangi on the first night in Palermo, as invitees assembled in the courtyard below, Princess Carine Vanni Mantegna flung open the doors to her balcony to welcome the crowd.
Sarachan plans to unveil his roster Tuesday, and the invitees will begin practicing Wednesday in Lisbon.
Outside the Cinematheque, nearly one hundred feminists gathered outside the event, greeting the Oscar-winning director and invitees with boos, signs and protest songs.
Yet restricting university facilities only to invitees or affiliates closes them off to many worthy community groups—which have few alternatives in relatively small cities such as Gainesville.
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