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Synonyms for celebrator

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Instead of the family coming together for a birthday party, the celebrator gathers friends for a birthday treat.
By seeking to borrow, as Henry Fielding wrote, "wit or wisdom from any man who is capable of lending us either," he became a celebrator of ambient ideas with his own original editorial point of view, channeled through the curatorial selection and mashing up of these ideas.
In March, Celebrator Beer News, a microbrew trade magazine, anointed Dale's Pale Ale "Top Industry Story of the Year." Marty Jones, Oskar Blues' head of publicity (and well-known Denver rockabilly musician), said the canned strategy's "four horsemen" are Katechis, Brewmaster Steve Schott, Director of Sales Wayne Anderson and himself.
In addition, Ayinger Celebrator Doppelbock, Brau Weisse and Ur Weisse received the highest ratings ever in their respective categories.
When discussing public access to public information, events unfortunately force this space to be a scold more often than a celebrator. But from the grim precincts of Death Row comes news that should cheer everyone concerned with open government.
Hadda repeatedly stresses the metamorphosis that Singer underwent from his early years as Yitskhok Bashevis, "the worldly-wise and sharp-witted gadfly" (140), who borrowed his mother's name to distance himself from his conservative father and successful elder brother Israel Joshua, to Isaac Bashevis Singer, the (supposedly) nostalgic celebrator of pious yidishkayt and the lost world of the shtetl.
Fowles recoilingly implores novelists and poets to steer clear of universities: "One doesn't apprentice a would-be celebrator of life to a college of morticians."
On the West Coast, Celebrator Beer News has a bimonthly circulation of about half that, though it is perhaps more influential.
Forrest Gump, the most successful cinematic celebrator of slow- wittedness to date, defends his abilities succinctly: "Stupid is as stupid does."
Scott considered himself to be a celebrator of both the legendary and the heroic elements of the Scottish past both in his early Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border and in the later Waverley novels.
Connie Haw, author Johnny Litton, celebrator RichPrime Global Inc.
UCH's Chief Medical Director, Professor Jesse Otegbayo, who eulogised the celebrator, stated that a challenge faced by the Oladipo Akinkungbe Kidney Centre was a dearth of kidney donors, and called for kidney donors in the country.
Five weeks ahead of the Christmas Day, do you already know what present to give to Jesus Christ, the birthday celebrator? Are you even considering of giving one?