Guy Fawkes Night

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effigies of Guy Fawkes are burned on this night

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KUWAIT, Nov 2 (KUNA) -- Assistant Director General of the General Department of Legal Affairs for elections in the Interior Ministry Colonel Salah Al-Shatti invited candidates running for the upcoming parliamentary elections slated for November 26 to submit applications of their representatives involved in monitoring the electoral process until the fifth of November.
On some of the coins, the inscription read "Pemember, Pemember the Fifth of November instead of "Remember, Remember.
The cabinet greeted the anniversary of the victory of the national will in Shikan, which coincided with the fifth of November, calling for the revival of this anniversary and consolidation of the meanings of sacrifice made by the grandparents in order to maintain the security and safety of the homeland.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The fifth of November is similar to the 21st of March in that both celebrations have bonfires.
Guy Fawkes Night (Bonfire Night) - England - "Remember, remember the fifth of November -- gunpowder, treason and plot" goes the nursery rhyme, chanted in the run-up to Guy Fawkes Night (Nov.
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.
No need to worry if your English history is rusty; by the end Cain will make you feel you've been urged to remember, remember the Fifth of November your whole life.
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.