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The pandemic-specific cards came up quickly afterwards, because we heard people saying, “Gosh, birthdays aren’t what they used to be.”
For a milestone birthday, she bought herself a designer purse, a matching wallet and some brand-name apparel.
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Because of this success, CAMP will create new online shopping experiences for birthday parties, baby showers and holidays like Valentine’s Day.
Like their liquor-based counterparts, booze-free drinks can serve to help us discover new flavors or celebrate a special occasion like an anniversary, a birthday, or a new job—or just making it through the work week at your current one.
It’s what lets you guess why your friend is upset on her birthday.
All we want are two-minute videos and still photos, and to send checks for birthdays and Christmas.
Many are being conservative — birthday parties in crowded bars are not on their agendas — and using their new status to help others who remain unprotected, including adult children who previously had been anxious about their parents’ vulnerability.
After receiving a game-worn Washington Capitals jersey for his birthday in 2014, Nicholas Gross placed it in the front of his closet.
I believed this was for birthdays, Christmas and occasional gifts.
In January 2020, Afeyan took one of his daughters to a restaurant near his office in Cambridge to celebrate her birthday.

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