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rejoice

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commemorate

perform

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to mark (a day or an event) with ceremonies of respect, festivity, or rejoicing

to show joyful satisfaction in an event, especially by merrymaking

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behave as expected during of holidays or rites

assign great social importance to

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On the other hand, the most affordable US destinations in which to ring in the New Year are Indianapolis and Baltimore, where celebrators should find a room for less than USD100.
No major incidents in Cairo were reported over the past three-days, police sources said, adding that the security of the Eid celebrators is a responsibility that does not permit laxity or lenience.
The celebrators emphasized the state of amity binding all Syrians in a fabulous national mosaic.
Though the droplets came down, celebrators remained up.
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It tells us a lot about the worldview, perception and understanding about nature that the ancient celebrators of Nauroz had acquired.
Today, Halloween is still celebrated widely with large street parties, bonfires and Dublin's annual festival 2 USA/CANADA -North Americans are such enthusiastic celebrators of Halloween, that its sales have begun to rival those of Christmas.
And to welcome new generations of guests - from bar mitzvah celebrators to business clients.
The celebrators marched with banners through the park and up the road leading to the Ghamkol Sharif mosque, on Golden Hillock Road, in Small Heath.
Young adults remain the largest celebrators of the holiday, with more than two-thirds (71.
musky hunters, sensitive celebrators of the American pastime, baseball, vs.
More than 150 scouts, cubs and helpers are taking part in the latest production and the gang of 2007 will go down in history as celebrators of a 100-year landmark and the guardians of a special tradition.
In an age of religious bigotry, such non-Anglicans were viewed suspiciously as potential traitors and even before the meeting, a large crowd had hissed and hustled the celebrators and when they left the hotel "they found greater difficulty in returning to their homes".
The bogus tin-rattlers prey on seasonal celebrators by pretending to be collecting for sick kids or the homeless at Christmas.
Alternatively, Celebrators party packages, including pre- arrival pack, car park pass, goodie bags and priority passes to miss the queues at Nemesis and Oblivion cost pounds 35 per adult and pounds 30 per child.