Lincoln's Birthday

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the day on which President Abraham Lincoln is remembered

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The famous composition was first performed in New York on February 12, 1924 (Abraham Lincoln's birthday, according to the posters which advertised the concert).
s similarities to James Joyce's Ulysses: The novel takes place in the course of one day, and, as Eugene Miller argues, Jake's "quotidian routine is parasyntactically laminated over Lincoln's birthday r adio speeches and other media pronouncements"; his "activities.
Since he was born on Lincoln's birthday, and I already had a grandson named Nathan, I decided to call my great-grandson Abe.
Twenty-eight states combine Washington and Lincoln's birthdays into Presidents' Day; 12 celebrate Washington's birthday as a distinct holiday; and eight observe Lincoln's birthday separately.
When it was announced that the bronze plaque would be hung in the Statehouse at a ceremony on Lincoln's Birthday, the archreactionary Manchester Union Leader rallied Granite State granite heads.
Fox, twenty-five years old at the time, decided to give a Lincoln's Birthday Address for his inaugural sermon, and he announced his topic in the local press.
My oldest son is named for Tad because he was due on Lincoln's birthday," Locher says, "although he ended up being born on Groundhog Day.
Brokers viewed the 26th and 27th floors, formerly The 60 Fast Club, on March 19, when the historic edifice, in a nod to its other namesake, belatedly celebrated President Lincoln's birthday.
More recently, an ad for a Lincoln's Birthday promotion invited customers to buy one, get the second for one cent" on nine products including printed comforters, regularly $34.
MARS moves into opposition this month on Lincoln's Birthday, February 12th, and that means the planet will be at its brightest.
The first formal observance of Lincoln's birthday was held in the Capitol of the U.
Rosamond Johnson (1873-1954) wrote "Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing" in 1900 for a celebration of Lincoln's birthday.
Successful Lincoln's Birthday Rallies for Civil Rights were organized by five chapters--Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Greater Illinois and Northern Florida.
On February 12, in honor of Lincoln's Birthday, Participant Media's Social Action Campaign, "Stand Tall: Live Like Lincoln" will bring the film to 8 U.
Lincoln's Birthday on the 12th, Valentine's Day on the 14th - less than a week away - and Washington's Birthday on the 22nd are all ahead of us.
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