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To that end, several companies are setting aside Election Day as a paid holiday to ensure that their organization safeguards rather than impedes employees’ ability to vote.
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Shapps was forced to return early from a family holiday in Spain in July after the country was placed on the quarantine list.
Hi there, this is Katherine in London filling in for Eamon, who is off on a well-deserved holiday.
On top of this, Prime Day has likely moved from Q3 to Q4, creating unprecedented crossover with the holiday buying season.
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Prime Day has become, for many brands, a significant manufactured shopping holiday, on par with the sales seen during the holiday season.
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The technology was seen as a great way for helping travel agents to sell holidays, at least until coronavirus put tourism largely on hold.
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There were massive riots that led to dozens of deaths and caused billions of dollars’ worth of damage that led to Labor Day becoming a holiday.
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Ascension being a holiday here, all we pianists made up a walking party out to Tiefurt, about two miles distant.
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For instance, few workmen will take a holiday; they prefer a "day's out" or "play."
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WORDS RELATED TO HOLIDAY
- big time
- good time
- high jinks
- living it up
- idle hours
- leave of absence
- one's own sweet time
- spare moments
- spare time
- time off
- vacant hour
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