moveable feast

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Noun1.moveable feast - a religious holiday that falls on different dates in different years
feast day, fete day - a day designated for feasting
Easter - a Christian celebration of the Resurrection of Christ; celebrated on the Sunday following the first full moon after the vernal equinox
Feast of the Unleavened Bread, Passover, Pesach, Pesah - (Judaism) a Jewish festival (traditionally 8 days from Nissan 15) celebrating the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt
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In the Roman Catholic Church, the preparations start on Ash Wednesday, a moveable feast like Easter itself, falling on February 14 in 2018, the Wednesday in the seventh week before the Easter.
The husband-and-wife owners of Geneva's Moveable Feast & Co.
The Fleadh (pronounced flah) is a moveable feast that he has followed around Ireland for 43 years and been capturing its life and times on camera for almost four decades.
and the catering venture Moveable Feast under its umbrella announced an investment of Rs.
Palm Sunday is a moveable feast that falls on the Sunday before Easter Sunday.
Easter is a moveable feast, meaning it is not fixed in relation to the civil calendar.
He informed that lent is a moveable feast as its date changes from year to year.
Am I being sensible with this attitude to health advice, which seems to be a moveable feast anyway?
That "lost generation" nickname was first used by Ernest Hemingway, and his early novels and posthumously published memoir, A Moveable Feast, are among its best depictions.
It's called A Moveable Feast and finds him writing for and leading a 12-piece band which includes a string quartet along with more conventional jazz instruments.
The Parkinson's UK Moveable Feast allows diners to eat a different course in three different restaurants.
Louise Austin, of Dyfed Archaeological Trust, said: "The archaeology of Wales is a truly moveable feast and that is the beauty of the new Archwilio app.