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APRILAdverse Psychiatric Reactions Information Link (UK)
APRILAssociation for Promotion and Research in Libre Computing
APRILAsia Pacific Resources International Holdings Limited (Jakarta, Indonesia)
APRILAspects of Rural Independent Living (UK)
APRILAir Pollution Research in London (UK)
APRILAustralian Poetry Resources Internet Library
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Until the 3rd of April we did not quit the shores of Patagonia, sometimes under the ocean, sometimes at the surface.
How vast the total sum appears Of all the kindnesses I've done, From Childhood's half-forgotten years Down to that Loan of April One
I worked excessive hard these three or four months to get my wall done; and the 14th of April I closed it up, contriving to go into it, not by a door but over the wall, by a ladder, that there might be no sign on the outside of my habitation.
During the morning of the 16th April, the balloon was placed in safety in the middle of a clearing in the great woods, with which the soil is studded.
So one day in April a company of pilgrims gathered at the Tabard Inn on the south side of the Thames, not far from London Bridge.
They don't give you time to open or shut your umbrella in an English April, especially if it is an "automaton" one--the umbrella, I mean, not the April.
All through April he was putting the perennials we had sown in the autumn into their permanent places, and all through April he went about with a long piece of string making parallel lines down the borders of beautiful exactitude and arranging the poor plants like soldiers at a review.
On the April morning he wanted to go there again, to walk again in the silence.
It was a calm, sweet April night; there were no sounds but a few low notes of a nightingale, and nothing moved but the white clouds near the moon and a brown owl that flitted over the hedge.
Such a man, to quit the tranquillity and independence of his own fireside, and on the evening of a cold sleety April day rush out again into the world
It was not until the 25th of April that the two parties of trappers broke up their encampments, and undertook to cross over the southwest end of the mountain by a pass explored by their scouts.
Spring is singing in my blood today, and the lure of April is abroad on the air.