Fourth of July


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  • noun

Synonyms for Fourth of July

a legal holiday in the United States

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The 36th annual Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks will fire more than 40,000 pyrotechnic shells during an approximate 25-minute synchronized display.
Fourth of July is a national holiday and it is celebrated by different kinds of patriotic displays.
Whether your family likes to travel or stick around and host a Fourth of July cookout, you can find great deals, discounts, and promotions for a wide variety of products and services at AnyCodes.
Kyle Bistline, at Fire Station 129, looks over fireworks confiscated in Palmdale on Fourth of July.
A group of concerned Stamford corporate citizens has stepped forward and funded Stamford's Fourth of July celebration fireworks.
But he acted like a single man at a Fourth of July party where he reportedly "flirted with lots of girls.
As mentioned in the report - Fourth of July 2014, by the American Census Bureau News, $203.
On the Fourth of July we go to my grandmother's house for a cookout.
Online travel firm Travelocity said that its recently-released Fourth of July Booking Barometer shows travelers who wait to book their holiday airfare may pay more than those who book early.
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The NASCAR Grand National Division, West Series, will be at Irwindale Speedway on the Fourth of July and the 67th running of the Turkey Night Grand Prix will be on Thanksgiving night in November.
Tricking people with the question: Do they have Fourth of July in Britain?
Fireworks on the Fourth of July are as American as apple pie, and each year a large number of communities across the United States celebrate the nation's independence with a big bang.
The first step in any Fourth of July show is to decide what types of shells, or fireworks, will wow the crowd.