What is another name for Halloween called?

Halloween is also known as All Hallows' Eve

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What are all the Holidays?

newyear's, groundhog day, valentine's day, president's day, flag day, st.Patrick's day, April fool's day, Easter, earth day, cinco de mayo, mother's day, memorial day, father's day, indepence day, labor day, grandparent's day, Halloween, thankgiving, pearl harbor day, Hanukkah, Christmas,fouth of...

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Which state celebrated independce day first?

when is independce day

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How is Cinco de Mayo different from 16 de septiembre?

Cinco de Mayo commemorates the legendary victory over the French in 1862 at the Battle of Puebla. At the time, they were the best prepared and equipped army in the world. 16 de Septiembre commemorates the Mexican independence day.

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When childrens day is celebrated in U.S?

childrens day is October 8th observed by Bill Clinton in 2000 national childrens day is June 3rd observed by George bush in 2001 The second Sunday in June.

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How do you spent new years when broken up on New YEars?

The most logical is to stay home and think of all the things you have to be thankful for. That way, you will not have a hangover,get picked up for drunk driving,or public intox. Plus you will most likely not have to worry about not knowing who is in your bed (besides you) in the morning.

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What are some holidays that are celebrated in Christianity?

Christianity, the ethos, has never taken a break, or a holiday.

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When is Anne Frank day?

I guess you can say Anne Frank day is her birthday, June 12.

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What are Peru's traditions and customs?

I don't know the answer, but if you look on a different website, you may find it. :D

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What is celebrated on May 1st?

May Day is celebrated on the first day of May. It is also referred to as "International Workers' Day", and is a holiday mainly to do with the Political Party, Labor. May Day Bank Holiday happens in the first Monday of May, in many countries.

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Paragraph what about May day?

May Day is on the first of May. It is a spring festival that is a national holiday for people of the Northern Hemisphere.

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What ia a tradition?

The transmission of customs or beliefs from generation to generation, or the fact of being passed on in this way.

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What are some Cuban Holidays?

There are several Cuban holidays that are celebrated each year that include Liberation Day and Day of the Rebellion. Other Cuban holidays include Labor Day, Revolution Anniversary, and Christmas Day.

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What is the length of day in the tropics in May?

If you are in the northern tropics in May you will have more than 12 hours but less thean 13.4 which is the max on June 21st or 22nd. Day light time varies slightly according to your latitude in the tropics.

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What Jewish holiday follows Hanukkah?

The next holiday after Chanucah is Purim which is February 28 2010. for more information see www.aish.com.

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Are Mondays holidays for libraries?

Yes maybe though because libraries open on Monday and also because a lot of people come and go to the library to check out books.

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What lesson did the ghost of Christmas future teach scrooge?

He didnt teach himas such, he showed him what would potential happen if he didnt change and in doing so made Scrooge understand the impact he life what to have

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Are there any major festivals for Islam?

2 major festivals called eid.one after ramadhan and one after hajj. Answer 2 For Shia Muslims also the Eid Ghadir (the day that messenger of God Muhammad SAWW appointed Imam Ali a.s. as the leader of Muslims for after himself by command of God and this day is mentioned in Quran as الیوم اکملت لکم...

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What national holidays are celebrated in Brazil?

Brazil Independence Day, 7 September (1822)

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What is a good Christmas present to give to someone who is from India?

if you need some thing simple a bracelet would be nice for a girl if your not getting that has a lot of culture :)

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Why is world water day celebrated?

World water day is celebrated on 22nd March. World water day is celebrated because we should know the value that what is water. There is one more reason for celebrating that we should not waste water and save it for future. There are many children who don't have anything to drink

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What does the celebration of samhain signify?

In Wiccan wheel of the year, Samhain signify the beginning of the winter, the end of the light half of the year. This is the time when the power of the Sun dies for the northern hemisphere. Therefore Samhain is considered as the death of the Horned God, until he Resurrects/Reborn on the Yule day....

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What are McDonald's holiday hours?

Most are only closed on December 25, and the rest are usually open 365 days of the year. It depends on the individual store and what holiday(s) employees as a whole want to observe.

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When is the Independence Day of Mexico celebrated?

Cinco de Mayo, or the 5th of May is Mexican independence day.

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Major Beilefs in Confucianism?

The major beliefs that make up the philosophy known as "Confucianism" include the idea that humans are naturally good and education is extremely important. In addition, being polite and respecting elders are just as important.

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What is the tradition of Honduras?

What is two major religions in Honduras? What is two major religions in Honduras? What is two major religions in Honduras?

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What is the Political significance of notting hill carnival?

Notting Hill Carnival has nothing to do with politics - it is a celebration of West Indian culture which is visited by all races and ethnicities.

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What is the association of a rabbit with a basket of eggs have to do with the Resurrection of Christ?

It's really the stark DIS-association of the two that's the puzzler. It reveals how much that modern professing Christianity has departed from the Truth of God's Word, the Bible. Yet, perhaps onething that connects them is that-NEITHER ONE is "commanded by God to be KEPT or OBSERVED by God's peop...

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When is pajama day?

It appears there is not a national pajama day or anything like that. Pajama Days can be planned whenever a group wants to plan them. If you are in a group that has one planned, the best thing to do to find out when it is would be to call other members or the leader of the group to find out. Oh, a...

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What were the public holidays of Namibia before 1990?

Same as former South Africa's: 1 Jan New Year's Day. March / April Easter. 6 April Founder's Day. April / May Ascension Day. 1 May Worker's Day (Added in 1980s). 31 May Republic Day. 10 Oct Kruger Day. 16 Dec Day of the Covenant. 25 Dec Christmas Day. 26 Dec Boxing Day. Also: 1 September Settl...

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Why it is important of van mahotsav in conservation of water?

It is an annual tree planting celebration that takes place in July in India. It was first celebrated in 1950. In terms of water conservation, planting of native trees is important.

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What are the holiday hours of the major department stores?

What are holiday hours for Elder Beerman?

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Dose Dykstra food service carry a product called Montezuma enchilada and burrito sauce?

I used to work in a fast food restraunt and we used to purchase this enchilada and burrito sauce From Dykstra food srevice and I would like to know where I could get this sauce again. I used to work in a fast food restraunt and we used to purchase this enchilada and burrito sauce From Dykstra foo...

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When is Mary-the mother of Jesus- celebrated?

That by definition should never be done, its stepping over the line to idolatry. Mary was a vessel by which God came in human form to us. There is nothing special about Mary. Very lucky, yes, but still human just like everyone else. And there was only one we should worship and praise, and that is...

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What thanksgivingtable tradition originated in the 19th century?

Indian corn centerpiece

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What is National Ministers Day about?

National Ministers Day is about Churches celabrating all the Ministers in the Nation and how all the Ministers teached us all about God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit!!

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Where was Navidad Mexico?

All across the country. Navidad is the Spanish translation to Christmas. Most Mexicans are Roman Catholic, or have Christian beliefs. Hence, they celebrate Christmas (or Navidad) on December 25.

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What are stereotypes of France?

Accented speaking of other languages, beautiful well-dressed women, handsome skirt-chasing men, sauce-heavy culinary creations, and topless beach behavior are stereotypes of France. In reality, many French exhibit articulate fluency in other languages (including English), do not just drown exquis...

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What are some traditions of Jewish weddings?

The Jewish marriage ceremony has multiple parts, they are (according to orthodox tradition): Kabbalat Panim The bride and groom sit in different rooms. The bride sits on a "throne" that is usually on a small stage and receives her guests. The groom is surrounded by the male guests who sing and to...

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When is anti pollution day observed?

3 December observed the anti pollution day

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Who is responsible for planning and paying for a 25th wedding anniversary party?

My husband and I had our 25th Silver Wedding Anniversary party over 10 years ago and said our vows over again. We paid for it ourselves as we wanted all our friends to share in our happiness. If the older children in the family want to have this event then the costs should be divided amongst the ...

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What traditions do the cahuilla tribe have?

Cahuilla have a ghost dance They believe it brings dead back to life

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When is the bestille day celebrated?

Bastille Day is on Thursday, 14th July 2016.

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If a boy has music lessons on every third day soccer every sixth day and karate every ninth day on which day will he have all three?

on the 18th day. that answer is incorrect. Working on a 7 day schedule, and not a 5, the days that it intersects is complicated.wokring on a normal calender, depending on the month that the schedule recurrs, and begins, calculating holidays (ie chrismas) and if the child participates in indoor so...

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What are some of Paraguay's traditions?

Many of Paraguay's traditions have been adopted from Spain. These traditions include foods that consist of corn and chilies, bright clothing, and festive events.

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What are the festivals in region 8?

Events/Celebration: Bagasumbol Festival - September, Biliran Buktay Festival - October 9, Biliran Buyogan Festival - August 19, Abuyog, Leyte Tacloban Festival - Last week of June. Pintados-Kasadyahan Festival - June 29, Tacloban City Banigan-Kawayan Festival - September 28, Basey, Samar ...

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Who was called traditional moderniser?

Vidyasagar .there is a book by amalesh tripathi on it.

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What does it mean when a human sees black shadows and then change there behavior and get bumed by a bible?

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_it_mean_when_a_human_sees_black_shadows_and_then_change_there_behavior_and_get_bumed_by_a_bible"

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How is Kenya set up?

Kenya is set up in Africa on the east of Africa.

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How often does someone go to the bathroom a day on average?

15 or16 times. you do go that often don't you?

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Why and how do the Philippines celebrate harvest festivals?

why? To honour God in our crops that produces life. How? *I'm sorry. But I don't know how to answer this...* -.-

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When is national kiss a blonde day?

There probably is no such thing as it, but National Kissing Day is July 6.

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What holiday doesn't occur in the spring?

thanksgiving all saints day hanukkah etc.

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Why do you light one Hanukkah candle per day on Hanukkah?

It is common practice. The Talmud (Shabbat 21b) explains it according to the Torah-principle of "increasing in matters of holiness." The miracle of Chanukah (also spelled Hanukkah) was that the small container of oil found for the rededication of the Temple at Jerusalem should have lasted only...

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Where does the Easter Bunny live and what is his address?

Easter Island, Head #02! We know this to be true because... WE FOUND HIM. Actually, Santa Claus has advised me that the preceding information is specifically intended to prevent the Easter Bunny's distraction from his duly-appointed yearly errands. DO NOT visit Easter Island in search of said Mr....

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What are some traditions for Texans?

* Tex-Mex Food, Barbecue and a tiny bit of Jalapeno is never enough. * Steak twice a day is never enough. * Two bowls of Chili will do if it is hot enough. * Pretend that Breakfast Burrittos are better then Corn Flakes. * It helps if you go to church every Sunday and own no less then one gun. * C...

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In Mexico there is a holiday called St Anthony is it a religious or nonreligious holiday?

If it is named after a saint, it is religious.

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How many holidays does America have?

A lot. The United States has any religious holiday you may celebrate, especially the Christian ones like Easter and Christmas. It has Memorial day, Labor day, Thanksgiving, Independence day on the 4th of July, Martin Luther King Jr. day, Columbus day, Veterans day, Mardi Gras or Fat Tuesday, Grou...

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How do they celebrate Day of Dead in Nicaragua?

Unlike the all night celebrations of Day of the Dead in Mexico, Nicaraguan observance of the national holiday occurs mainly during the daytime. Families visit the graves of loved ones to commemorate those they've lost and to decorate their graves.

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When did Ash Wednesday happen?

This happened in 1877

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One very weird fact about Italy could be?

Too many to count!!

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What is the complete date for the first independence day for France?

14th of July. On this day in 1789 the French Revolution began with the storming of the Bastille prison. Every year on this day France remembers all the people that died during this horrible revolution.

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Where is it that they don't celebrate Hanukkah?

All Orthadox Jews Celebrate Chanukkah, almost all non-Orthodox Jews also celebrate it as well.

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How often does Thanksgiving fall on November 23rd?

See Related Links for when Thanksgiving is on November 23.

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What happens if it doesn't see it's shadow?

if you'retalking about the groundhog then it means bad weather.

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When did boxing day start?

Boxing Day officially began in England in the middle of the 19 century under the rule of Queen Victoria.

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What time does iceland close boxing day?

Right away; Boxing Day is a "Bank Holiday" - nothing was open to begin with, especially The Bank.

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On which days is Hanukkah celebrated?

Hanukkah starts on the Hebrew calendar date of 25 Kislev, and lasts for eight days. Here are the coinciding secular dates for the upcoming years: 2015: December 6-14 2016: December 24-January 1 2017: December 12-20 See also: more about Hanukkah ...

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Why do people wear funny costumes instead of scary ones?

because Alicia said

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What are the traditions in the chronicle of a death foretold?

Women are raised only to be good housewives and are taught to do household chores (washing, making flowers etc.). Purismo de Carmen (Angela Vicario's mother) often told her daughter that "Any man will be happy with them because they've been raised to suffer" because their marriages are based on b...

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Does Islam have a sacred or holy day of worship within the week?

Yes. On Fridays from 12:30 to 2:00, noon prayers are done at the Mosque.These prayers are done to remember Allah ( their God ) and seek Allah's guidance. There are a number of different holy days that exist in Islam. These include Ramadan, Yom Arafat, and Laylat Al-Isra wa Al-Miraj.

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What are some special places in England?

Sites in London, including Big Ben, Parliament, Buckingham Palace, London Bridge, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, and many others. In addition, there is Stonehenge, Cambridge (with its punting on the river Cam), several castles, the white cliffs of Dover, and many more.

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What was Cinco de Mayo?

The City of Puebla (some 60 miles SE of Mexico City) is the background of one of the most important battles of all time. On the 5th of May, 1862 the French Army (the world's best at the time, armed with cavalry and high-precision rifles) lost to Mexican militias composed mostly of huarache-wearin...

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What are some holidays starting with the letter w?

· Whit Monday (celebrated the Monday after Pentecost in The Bahamas) · Whit Sunday (Pentecost celebrated the 7th Sunday after Easter in Austria) · World Environment Day

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Is Kwanzaa a religion?

No, kwanzaa is not a religion, nor is it a religious holiday. It is an African-American holiday that was created in 1966. It is not observed by Africans.

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What race of people are North African?

Black most of them are mixed but they are africans , can,t you see they look like anybody from anywhere in the world where black live north america central and south america, the caribbean even europe.

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What day is march 17 2008?

the day travis, my beloved 20 year old cat died. may he forever rest in peace, my little garfield. sincerely -A

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What is Okonkwo's attitude toward feasts?

He feels they should be done well, and with lots of meat.

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Why is Florida densely populated?

because it is a nice place to live. lots of scenery

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Why do Puerto Ricans celebrate Holy Week?

All Christians, regardless of what country they are from, celebrate Holy Week. And a majority of Puerto Ricans are Christians, specifically Catholic.

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What is the hupa tradition?

The Hupa's tradition is basket weaving.

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What goes into a cornucopia?

Fruits, grains, vegetables, and flowers of the harvest season. When in doubt, I've prepared a list of things to stuff into your horn 'o plenty: -Greyish moss -Miniature pumpkins -Small gourds -Dried wheat shafts -Dried straw flowers -Artificial berries and grapes (real ones will spoil too quickly...

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What Countries Celebrate All Souls Day?

All Soul's Day is celebrated mostly by the Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox churches, Anglican Communion, Lutheranism, and Methodism, among other Protestant denominations. Go to this link to Wikipedia, see if it helps!

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What are the major christian holidays and how are they celebrated?

charistmas,good Friday,and Easter Sunday are just a few. they have feasts, give and care for each other, and celebrate it.

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When is World Balloon Day?

Official World Balloon Day is May 11th! Source: worldballoonday.com

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What does the Venice carnival celebrate?

Italy has many carnevale celebrations, but Venice, Viareggio, and Cento hold the biggest and most elaborate carnival festivals. Other towns have unusual ways of celebrating. Here's where to celebrate Carnevale in Italy. Venice Carnevale Venice's Carnival season starts about 2 weeks before the d...

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What can happen from smoking 2 packs a day?

You would be stupid to do that but you will get lung cancer and heart disease and die R.I.P :)

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What are some traditions in Georgia?

People don't actually all know what are the traditions but the traditions are known as just people trying to get you to come there to Georgia.

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What are holiday customs?

the traditional things many different people do for different holidays

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What are the main holidays celebrated in Greece and how are they celebrated?

What holidays are clebrated in Greece

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Who the aboriginal people of canada?

Aboriginal is a racial term used to describe people who were inhabitants of lands colonised by Europeans.

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What day is international pi day?

March 14th on the 15th hour 9th minute and 2nd second. 3.141592 equals pi

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How many days in Lent?

46 for Protestants & 44 for Catholics - Sundays don't count because they aren't supposed to be fasted on.

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What holidays are in autum?

halloween, christmas, and thanksgiving.

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When was National Hug Day created?

National Hug Day was created in 1986.

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Why do Jewish have a menorah for Hanukkah?

The lighting of the menorah commemorates the miracle in which the Temple oil burned much longer than was physically possible (Talmud, Shabbat 21b), which occurred during the Hasmonean victory over the Syrian-Greeks. We also thank God for His having helped us to oust the Syrian-Greeks (Seleucids) ...

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Why do you celebrate Fiji day?

Fiji day is held every year to celebrate Fiji's gaining independence from Great Britain on the 10th of October,1970.Basically,to celebrate Fiji's birth as an independent and sovereign nation.

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What is the world sports day?

World Sports Day is a Global day of celebration for the fraternity and health that sport brings to mankind, yearly on the 27th of april, initiated by Johan Cruijff and internationally supported by the United Nations.

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What are some Leap day traditions?

Leap Year has been the traditional time that women can propose marriage. In many of today's cultures, it is okay for a woman to propose marriage to a man. It is believed this tradition was started in 5th century Ireland when St. Bridget complained to St. Patrick about women having to wait for so ...

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What is Cinco de Mayo who won?

Cinco De mayo is celebrated because there was a big war between the French and Mexicans. The Mexicans won.

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