party popper

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party popper

n
a small plastic cylinder which, when a string is pulled, makes a small bang and fires thin paper streamers into the air
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Conducted by US Consul General Ms Grace Shelton, and Zarina Bano, the mother of Naeem CEO Crescent Star Foods, and Abdullah, chairperson Sapphire Group, it was accompanied by balloons being released in the air, party poppers going off and cold fire, adding a festive touch to the evening.
Residents on Baker Island and Howland Island will have to wait to pull their party poppers until 12pm (GMT), a whole 12 hours after revellers in the UK have celebrated the turn of the year.
Frankly, cocktail parties are not the time to be a minimalist - layer up your bar and table with gold foil straws, party poppers and photo booth props, then bring the look up-to-date with a plug-in neon light or light box to show guests exactly what to expect from their evening.
I recently got a package from Canada that had party poppers, sweets and party horns so I thought "this band have made an effort" and read their letter.
There was no explosion at all as none of the party poppers went off.
Passengers travelling through Birmingham Airport over the Christmas period are being advised not to take wrapped presents in their hand luggage or take party poppers or Christmas crackers on board.
CORONATION STREET Mon, Wed, Fri ITV Party poppers at the ready and trumpet fanfare, please: after what seems like decades behind bars, Peter Barlow is back on the cobbles.
Christmas products on sale include decoration bells, decoration balls, decoration garland beads, decoration guitar, Xmas ornament balls, Xmas party poppers, Xmas top crinkle, Christmas trees, Santa hats, lights and more.
For example, you cannot fly with items such as party poppers, Christmas crackers or fireworks in either your hand luggage or your hold luggage.
He was discovered on the morning of February 14 lying fully clothed on his back in the hallway of his vicarage and surrounded by pornography, party poppers, a condom wrapper, underwear, a canvas of Jesus Christ and a mirror.
THE UK is finally out of recession - but don't get out the party poppers, we are warned.