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Sparkling type of decorative garland material; invented in Nuremburg around 1610 and originally made with extruded strands of silver
US state that celebrates its independence from Mexico on 2nd March
Day of the week on which the last celebrations before Lent fall
First Sunday after Pentecost in Western Christianity; celebrates the three-part form of God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit
Sukkot is the Jewish Feast of the __________
'O ________ of comfort and joy!' - last line of 'God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen'
Beliefs or behaviours with symbolic meaning or special significance with origins in the past and passed down within society; form a large part of some holidays
Large bird traditionally eaten at Christmas
Caribbean nation whose Carnival season lasts for months and culminates with Dimanche Gras, J'ouvert and Mas
National holiday for expressing gratitude, spending time with family and eating certain foods; celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November in the US
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