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The Dove, by many nations, in their celebrations, was looked upon as a special emblem of peace and good-will.
A HISTORY OF PANTOMIMER. J. BROADBENT
We have certainly no right to regard these celebrations—of either kind—as insincere.
PAGAN & CHRISTIAN CREEDSEDWARD CARPENTER
Among the celebrations in honour of the day—how English customs are seizing in the East!
LIFE IN AN INDIAN OUTPOSTGORDON CASSERLY
The interval between the celebrations was called an Olympiad, and the Greeks usually counted time in this manner.
THE STUDENT'S MYTHOLOGYCATHERINE ANN WHITE
Francis was glad when the celebrations, tournament and all, were well over.
MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS, MAKERS OF HISTORYJACOB ABBOTT
Let us have faith in the stars that those four pals of yours have not recklessly accepted invitations to other celebrations.
MARJORIE DEAN, COLLEGE SOPHOMOREPAULINE LESTER
May Day celebrations are still kept up in the little town of Helston, the key to the Lizard.
CORNWALLG. E. MITTON
There is documented proof that the house was built in "Pickatown field," and that the yearly celebrations were held.
THE STRONGHOLDMIRIAM HAYNIE
Gradually their activities grew, and their celebrations came to take place at other festive times beside the Christmas season.
CHRISTMAS IN RITUAL AND TRADITION, CHRISTIAN AND PAGANCLEMENT A. MILES
On this supposition a brief description is here given of what was ever one of the merriest of their celebrations.
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF KATERI TEKAKWITHAELLEN H. WALWORTH