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a special anniversary (or the celebration of it)

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Therefore, as the year of Jubilee approached, and the years were few, it diminished the value and the cost of the land to the purchaser, depending on the number of harvests the land could produce until the Jubilee.
In February, the month of The Queen's accession to the throne, the Woodland Trust got off to a flying start to a year of Jubilee tree planting celebrations by helping plant 1 million trees.
The service will mark the start of a year of jubilee celebrations for the church in Hough Green Road.
The Jubilee Singers were used for the very specific purpose of celebrating the year of Jubilee in Ghana," said musical director Paul T.
It would be a true year of Jubilee if poor Arkansans could get an overdue raise in pay and liberty from the bondage of payday lenders at the same time.
The Spirit of the Lord has anointed me to preach good news to the poor, release to the captives, sight to the blind, liberty to the oppressed, and the year of Jubilee for all.
Quebec, blew in the Year of Jubilee on January 2 in a traditional way.
In the Hebrew Scriptures, the Old Testament, there is a law that every seventh year shall be a year of jubilee - a year when debts are cancelled.
The call for debt relief in the Jubilee year 2000 is inspired by the biblical Year of Jubilee.