festive

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  • The event begins with a festive church service and includes cultural events.
  • Many friends from near and far attended to participate on this festive day.
  • There is a festive look every where in and around the town.
  • There are many different plants used around the world during the festive season of Christmas.
  • The last three days bring a festive atmosphere to the whole town.
  • Actually, they take nine days and the whole town has a festive atmosphere with parties all over the place.
  • Comedy drama about what can happen when families forget what the festive season is really about.
  • His performances are something that everyone looks forward to during this festive season.
  • During this day people visit their relatives, friends to enjoy the festive season.
  • The small family has a festive Christmas dinner with all their friends and servants.
  • It is a festive food and can be found in every popular religious celebration.
  • Christmas flowers are the popular flowers used during the festive season of Christmas.
  • They would gather in their assigned places and enjoy a great festive occasion.
  • Carols are also recorded at local schools and played out on the station during the festive period.
  • This dish is had during festive days when people would fast during the day and have it at night.
  • By the 19th century this tradition had become a festive event, and it continues today.
  • The mood in the street was actually very festive, with many bringing whole families.
  • The original lyrics serve as the official festive song of the city of Split.
  • There is no Sunday service apart from during the run up to the festive period in December.
  • The festive atmosphere is unique for all those who happen to experience it.
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