high day

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high day

n
a day of celebration; festival (esp in the phrase high days and holidays)
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Kempton's imposing buildings host a few high days each year.
Known for their quality work but new owners needed to ramp this business back up to the high days of over 1MM in annual sales.
Planning ahead might be important but speeding through life means you'll miss those important moments that aren't high days and holidays.
The solstice is about travel, holidays and high days, getting your courses booked for college or sorting out big ideas for that massive career of yours.
She only gets the grin out on high days and holidays by all accounts.
Of course, you don't have to keep these little luxuries for high days and holidays, Stone Age (www.
Let me assure stay-athomes that Christians in Muslim countries don't receive recognition of their religious high days.
For high days and holidays a DB7 makes much more sense than all those spivved-up Stags, MGBs and TR4s.
APART from high days and holidays there were very few days when our generation were growing up that were out of the ordinary.
Different breeds will be on show, some in traditional harnesses, others will be highly decorated as they would have been on high days.
On high days and holidays they would have lit a lantern in the form of a brazier in the tower," said Mr Robinson.
The family has embraced the village life where villagers still dance around the maypole and bell ringers celebrate high days and Saint Days at the nearby church of St Mary's.

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