What is the definition of New Years Resolution?

doing something new or making a choice in life

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When was new years established?

They had New Year in Babylonia but in the Spring. When Julius Caesar created the calendar he made the first of the year as Jan, thus, changed New Years to Jan. 1 and that's where it has been ever since. The first ball to fall in NYC was in 1907.

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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 is the Jewish new year called?

Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year. Rosh Hashanah is a two day celebration which begins on the first day of Tishrei, the seventh month of the Jewish calendar. The common greeting on Rosh Hashanah is "Shanah Tovah", which, in Hebrew, means "(Have) a good year". Answer: Rosh Hashanah is the Jewis...

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What are the most celebrated days of the year?

there are many different ones for different religions and traditions i suppose it depends on your own opinion

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What are some things to do for good luck on new years?

Find a four leaf clover and wear it with you at all time. Each time a good thing happens, rub on it.

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Why was New Year's Day mad a national holiday?

couse they have too what too the end of the year

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Which country doesn't celebrate New Years?

Most countries celebrate the new year in some manner. It may not be a legal holiday, but I have no knowledge of and cannot find a major country who does not celebrate or at least recognize the new year.

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What day is New Years celebrated on?

in Enland/london we celebrate it on the 1st of January every year

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Why do you celebrate new years day?

New Years Day, one of the oldest of hoildays, is celebrated all over the world. Most New Year celebrations focus on family and friends. It is a time to reflect on the past and welcome the new year with hope.

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Fifty two the number of days in a year multiplied by seven the number of days in a week is 364 If there are 365 days in a year where did the extra day come from?

The problem with writing a calendar that people can agree on is that natural cycles don't happen in neat and consistent patterns. The day is 24 hours, and the year is 365.26 days long. The lunar cycle is 29.5 days long. The traditional week of seven days is dictated by Judeo-Christian religious t...

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When did New Year's Day become a public holiday in the UK?

I think it was late 60's early 70's.

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Is there mail delivery on New Year's Day?

No, it is a public holiday. Hardly anyone works on New Year's Day, and that includes any shipment or things from UPS, USPS, FedEx, etc.

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When was new years first celebrated?

New Years was first celebrated in Rome in 153 B.C. It was the beginning of the month that two newly elected roman consuls, highest officials, began their one year tenure.

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What special food do Italians eat on New Year's Day?

~cotechino & lentils

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What day of the year do holiday sales peak?

The day after Thanksgiving is known as the busiest shopping day in the world.

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How do you spell priminester?

I think you are trying to spell "Prime Minister."

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How do Germans celebrate the New Year?

About the same as in most industrialized countries. There are fireworks, music and lots of parties.

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What are the top ten New Year's resolutions?

In no particular order most people usually have one of the following * Quit smoking * Start exercising (Lose weight) * Start dieting/eating better (Lose weight) * Be better with or save money * Be better at their job or studying (Get better results) * Not drink as much alcohol or take as many par...

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When did New Year's Day become a bank holiday in England?

1974, according to the following site: www.digitalspy.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?p=29491530

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When did New Year's Day become a legal holiday?

Originally observed in March 153 BC; After the adoption the Gregorian Calendar that began in 1582 (search infoplease and wikipedia).

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When is New Years day?

New Years Day is on the first day of the year, January 1st!

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Is the Mummers Parade the origin of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade?

No, the Mummers Parade is a New Year's Day tradition held in Philadelphia, PA, which is also home of the first Thanksgiving Day Parade, sponsored by Gimbel Brothers (Gimbels). The Mummers Parade traces its roots to the mid-17th century, and has been celebrated in the United States since George Wa...

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When did New Year's Day become a national holiday?

It has only been celebrated as a holiday for about 400 years as the new year.

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What year was a new service 45 colt serial 313678 made and what kind of grips came on it?

made about 1920...........grips unknown

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How people celebrate New Year?

they eat a lot of sugar, run outside, yelling HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!!!! and then they act like a wild beast...and they enjoy the adrenline rush! ahhh! how great!! they eat a lot of sugar, run outside, yelling HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!!!! and then they act like a wild beast...and they enjoy the adrenline...

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Why do New Year's Day and the Forth of July change day each year?

Because there are 365 days in a year and 7 days in a week. But 7 does not go into 365 without a remainder so that is why celebrations throughout the year are not on the same day.

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How do people in Chile traditionally celebrate New Year's Day?

They usually bake every desert they are used to eating and get very drunk.

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Why did New Year's Day become a legal holiday?

Carlos Valderama, former international football (soccer) player.

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Why do people celebrate new year?

They celebrate new year because it is the start of a new year and may bring good things and exciting stuff!

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How would you celebrate your first year anniversary?

Traditional one-year anniversary present is something made of paper. Love notes, scrap books, etc. That's just traditional stuff. You do something that you and your significant other are interested in. Or even something you haven't done before. It's all up to you, you shouldn't have to take somet...

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Where in the world is new years celebrated first?

By the ancient Sumerians.

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Who was in goal when wolves beat Newcastle 4-1 on new years day 1990?

When Wolves beat Newcastle 4-1 in Div 2 on 1 Jan 1990, the 2 goalkeepers were John Burridge (Newcastle) & Mark Kendall (Wolves).

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What special foods do Italians eat on New Year's Day?

Parmesan chicken or spaghetti.

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What is the proper adjective for new year's day?

its just new year day and so is memorial day too its already proper adjective

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First footing is a New Year's Day custom celebrated where?

First footing is a custom celebrated in Scotland on New Year's Eve.

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What year did New Year's Day became a public holiday Who Was Priminester At The Time?

It has only been celebrated as a holiday for about 400 years as the new year.

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