festivity


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the act of showing joyful satisfaction in an event

a large or important social gathering

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The festivity lasts for two days in which about 100 children ages 5 to 14 will play games, engage in competitions, and watch plays inspired by Christmas.
One of our main aims of organizing this festivity is to create a social event that brings together all cultures and nationalities to enjoy one great celebration.
We have spared no effort in putting together a colorful and attractive calendar of local and international events that will be strategically distributed across the city so that everyone can participate and feel the festivity wherever they are in Dubai.
The study of festivity has produced a number of distinguished works by Shakespearians such as C.
While his predecessors all cast wide nets, David Ruiter focuses prudently on two long-standing critical issues, arguing that the theme of festivity unites the plays of the second tetralogy (Richard II, 1 and 2 Henry IV, Henry V), and that the forces of festivity and order find reconciliation there.
In Alsace, Christmas has always been a time of festivity, hope and celebration," said Philippe Choukroun, Director of the Alsace Tourist Board.
Secretary of al-Baath Arab Socialist Party branch in Damascus Countryside, Humam Haidar said that today's festivity conveys a message to the external enemies of the homeland that the Syrian people cannot be defeated, hailing the sacrifices of the Syrian Arab army's heroes who restored security and stability to both cities.
The festivity was held in cooperation with the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) and the Ministry of Culture.
Representative of the UNICEF and the Psychological Support Program for the displaced Maha Hammad pointed out that the festivity is a series of activities that aim at enhancing the resilience of the Syrian children affected by the crisis and rehabilitating them to overcome its psychological impacts.
Lubanah Mshaweh said that the festivity aims at training children and teachers to deal with and guide childhood properly.
For his part, Head of Tartous Branch of al-Baath Arab Socialist Party Hasan Shaaban said that the festivity provides room for children to express their love to their country in artistic ways.
Participant Sawsan Ali said that the festivity expresses the Syrian women's keenness on defending national interests and strengthening love among the Syrian people.
She indicated that the festivity has witnessed a huge turn out during Adha Eid as the number of the children who participated in it has significantly increased in comparison with the last year.