Guy Fawkes Night

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Synonyms for Guy Fawkes Night

effigies of Guy Fawkes are burned on this night

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On Sunday, NBC's video page was hacked and visitors to the site found a page with music and a message from 'Anonymous' simply repeating the famous Guy Fawkes slogan: 'Remember, remember the fifth of November, the gunpowder treason and plot.
Travellers wanting to stay closer to home this bonfire season can head to Glasgow on the fifth of November and enjoy Scotland's largest firework display.
Signed by the founding members in Vienna, Austria, European Union, on the fifth of November 2004
Remember, remember, the fifth of November, gunpowder, treason and plot .
We've learned since the events of the fifth of November that it takes an entire community to be strong," said III Corps and Fort Hood commander Lt.
Nothing is going to happen on the fifth of November.
The author, who describes himself as having been baptized a Roman Catholic, remembers as a child learning the rhyme "Remember, remember, the fifth of November, Gunpowder, Treason and Plot" from his mother.
This development illustrates James Sharpe's central thesis: that the Fifth of November has endured in part because its meaning has been ever-changing.
Remember, remember, the fifth of November and the British have been remembering ever since 1605 when Guy Fawkes failed in his attempt to blow up the Palace of Westminster and kill not only the King but both Houses of Parliament.
And remember, remember, it's the fifth of November tomorrow.
THERE'S a new reason to remember the Fifth of November with its gunpowder, treason and plot.
Yes, it's Guy Fawkes time again and Go-Zone wants to help you make this year's Fifth of November one to remember
In recent years he has concentrated on overlooked corners of history, as in his recent novel A Fifth of November, which is set in England in 1605 at a time when Roman Catholics, and especially priests, were a governmentally persecuted minority.
NOV 5, 1994 MANY a sporting hero has had good cause to remember the fifth of November.