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Synonyms for bicentennial

the 200th anniversary (or the celebration of it)

of or relating to or completing a period of 200 years


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The two bronze coins from the 25th De Beers combative collection and the United States Bi-Centennial coin, along with the Winnie the Pooh would have less apeal for coin collectors.
The Endeavour was built in Freemantle to mark Australia's bi-centennial in 1988.
And now, to celebrate the bi-centennial of national bard Robert Burns, he has created life- sized head and shoulder plaques of the poet which are now selling like hot-cakes at pounds 30 a time, which he is sending to the BHF.
He was also active on the West Boylston Building Committee and the West Boylston Bi-Centennial Parade Committee.
Last year, we had the honor of working with the Abraham Lincoln Bi-Centennial Commission to design a publication to mark 200 years since President Lincoln's birth.
Some pounds 35,000 of free legal work for charities and good causes is part of the firm's bi-centennial celebrations.
1) It was during one of these stops that a commemorative silver bi-centennial anniversary Loyalists' coin, local value of one dollar, circulated by the Belleville Chamber of Commerce, was included in my change.
After shipping it home, via the Panama Canal, it was sent on to Australia as part of the country's bi-centennial celebrations in 1988.
Saturday's bi-centennial celebration will be at Ararat Baptist Church, Whitchurch.
Children are preparing costumes for the event on Saturday evening at St Stephen's Church in Edgewood Road, Rednal, to mark the bi-centennial date which is being celebrated in Birmingham.
Known to many as ``Tom Monkton'', he judged interbreed sheep competitions at the Royal Welsh, the Great Yorkshire, and the bi-centennial Royal Cornwall Show, where he cut a distinctive and distinguished figure.
He has been honored as an Outstanding Young Man in America, he is a recipient of the Freedom's Foundation award for Directing/Producing the United States Army's Bi-Centennial Salute to America, and is a recipient of the George Foster Peabody Award for a Television Production produced by the Southern Center for International Studies.
She served the Town of Boylston in various capacities of leadership and volunteer service, notably as Town Clerk from 1971 until 1994, Co-Chairman of the Bi-Centennial Celebration in 1986, member of the Finance Committee, and founding member of the Boylston Historical Society.
The production is a celebration of the bi-centennial of the signing on March 25, 1807, of the Act.