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    Independence Day | Cinco de Mayo | Day of the Dead | When is this holiday celebrated? This holiday is celebrated on September 15-16th.Why is this holiday celebrated? (What event or group of people does this holiday commemorate?) Because on this day, Mexico became an independent country from the...
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    31st Malaysia really independent on that date. I am the first speaker. First, let me define independence . According to dictionary.com, independence means freedom from control, influence, support, aid and others. The topic says 31st of August is the day Malaysia became an independent country. Therefore...
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  • Why Do We Celebrate the 4th of July?
    Why do we celebrate the 4th of July? Most people in the United States celebrate the 4th of July, but do you know exactly why the holiday is so important to our country? Imagine how you would feel if someone older than you (maybe an older sister or brother) kept telling you what to do all of the time...
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  • Jewish Holy Days
    JEWISH HOLY DAYS PAPER SYNNECA KAMGA REL/134 AUGUST 30,2012 DANIEL GANT Abstract JEWISH HOLY DAYS PAPER The selected Jewish holy day I choose to discuss in this paper is Shavuot. Judaism has been around for a long period of time more than thousands of years ago. The Judaism has many different...
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  • Abanian Culture
    Kevin Shaholli Albanian Independence Day An Independence Day is an annual celebration commemorating the anniversary of a nation’s assumption of independent statehood. The Albanian Independence Day celebrates the declaration of Independence from the Ottoman Empire, which was proclaimed on November...
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  • Eid Celebration and Poors
    Culture is a way of life of the people. It is their socially induced beliefs and practices, values, and behaviour that have been the basis of how they live and communicate to others. There are many traditional celebrations throughout the world. There is Christmas, Thanksgiving, and Easter. Not...
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  • Jobsatisfaction
    and joys sharing but unfortunately we celebrate this festival as a cultural festival not as a religious as well. When Eid be come in most of the countries decrease the prices of food and other goods except our Pakistan That’s why Pakistani people not celebrate their Eid properly. In this research...
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  • Slavery in America
    In America there are several days throughout the year where we celebrate our nation’s historic moments. Among these celebratory days there are the two that seem to be well known but in fact are not well known at all. These two holidays are Columbus Day and Independence Day. The general public has limited...
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  • 15 August
    on this day in 1947 that India became independent. We won freedom after a hard struggle. On this day our first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, unfurled the National Flag at the Red Fort for the first time All the people irrespective of their caste, colour and creed celebrate the day every year...
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  • Good and Bad Manners in Russia
    feature to celebrate different occasions with jolly crowd, a lot of alcohol and dishes, playing music and singing. Foreign people can be amazed because some cheerful strangers on the street offer them “to drink for a company”. Also in Russia exist some special national holidays which people celebrate with...
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  • Trinidad & Tobago
    HOW TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO WAS GOVERNED BEFORE INDEPENDENCE Our Nation’s Attainment of Independence in 1962 marked the end of colonial rule that had started during the 16th century under the aegis of Spain and had continued when the British captured Trinidad. In the meantime, Tobago had its own uneven...
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  • Notes
    INDEPENDENCE DAY The 15th of August is a very important day in the history of our country - India. It was on this day in 1947 that India became independent. We won freedom after a hard struggle. On this day our first Prime Minister Pundit Jawaharlal Nehruunfurled The National Flag at The Red Fort for...
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  • Reflections on Tanganyika's 49th Independence Anniversary : so What Does Independence Really Mean to You ?
    opinion on the state of our independence, and whether there is anything to celebrate or mourn. I heard the surity of a “You bet’cha” moment, unfortunately not with a commensurate security. To be fair, that is a loaded question, how do you condense 49 years of the triumphs and travails of a people in a...
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  • Brooke
    The citizens of the United States celebrate the 4th of July because it represents American’s freedom and independence. The separation of the American colonies from Great Britain took place on July 2, 1776. After voting for independence and reviewing the Declaration of Independence, Congress finally approved...
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  • Graduation Day
    “Graduation Day” As the beautiful sky happily accompany sunrays, that shined down on the entrance of the field house where the ceremony of my graduation took place. Someone above must have known it was my graduation day and blessed me with a beautiful day. I was so excited, that the night before the...
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  • Intercultural Experience
    Trolley hop is to help different cultures interact with each other and share a common medium which in this case is art. At the trolley hop you can see how the different cultures perceive things differently. For example one culture may see the passion and meaning in a piece of art whereas another culture...
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  • 4th of July Story
    By: Genesis Peralta Like the scene of celebration back in 1776 when America became independent, residents across the Phillips Academy campus celebrated the fourth of July with live music, from the local DJ of the school. Many students either participated or watched an event that took place in the great...
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  • Sunni and Shia Islam
    The current leaders of Sunnis are Imams and the current leaders of Shi’as are Mujtahids. Sunnis celebrate Eid Al- Adha and Eid Al- Fitr and so does Shi’as but they also celebrate Ashura. Sunnis do not celebrate Ashura. The two branches pray Namaz differently from each other. There are certain steps and...
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  • Stu-dying everywhere
    please. ☁INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE- is used to ask a question. It is followed by a question mark. ex. Do you have a sweater? ex. Are you having a bad day? ☁EXCLAMATORY SENTENCE- is used to express strong feeling. It is followed by an exclamation point. ex. Don't burn yourself out! ex. Keep out! ...
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  • 25th March
    Bangladesh is an independent country. After a long war of nine months we achieve this success. People from all walks took part in this struggle. Men, women, students, workers and all other people from other classes were killed or tortured. But how many of them are remembered by us?...
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