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Fair

In numismatics, describing a well-worn coin on which the date may be visible only with some difficulty. These coins generally are less valuable for collectors.
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GWATA Executive Director Jenny Rojanasthien (formerly Napier) said about the successful faire, "We are thrilled with the support and participation in the second year of the Wenatchee Mini Maker Faire!
"The Ideator team was thrilled to be part of the Maker Faire San Diego 2015 event, and to be featured in the Hall of Champions.
Un projet n'a pas vu le jour pour des raisons d'argent parce que j'avais les moyens de le faire a l'epoque.
Ces reports ont revele au grand jour la vetuste des stades algeriens qui sont loin d'etre equipes des moyens modernes leur permettant de faire face a ce genre de situation.
"Faire," by and large, is quaintifying word (yeah, I just made that up.) Think "Olde Tyme County Faire."
The Maker Faire organization classifies it's global events as flagship for the largest and original events, featured for larger events that aren't flagships, mini and school.
"Every member of Bounding Main worked at the Bristol Renaissance Faire before we came together as a group," said music director Jonathan Krivitzky.
Dr Lucy Rogers, TV's Robot Wars judge and founder of the Guild of Makers, said: "I'm excited to be attending Maker Faire UK in Newcastle.
One of Faire Leather Co.'s hallmarks is its direct-to-consumer (DTC) pricing, without the mark-ups that typically inflate the pricing of luxury brands.
Any group or individual participating in the Faire for non-commercial purposes can participate for free.