Advent calendar

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Advent calendar

n
Brit a large card with a brightly coloured sometimes tinselled design on it that contains small numbered doors for children to open on each of the days of Advent, revealing pictures beneath them
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adventskalender

Advent calendar

Advent calendar

ncalendario dell'Avvento
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But before the sleigh even takes off, Google has launched an interactive advent calender called "Santa's Village" that hosts a variety of puzzles or games for kids to enjoy.
As the final few doors on the advent calender are opened, and the halls are decked with boughs of holly, from everyone at the Paisley Daily Express, we wish you a merry Christmas.
GREGGS has had to apologise after it replaced Jesus with a SAUSAGE ROLL in its advent calender launch promotion.
I've been in the cupboard and eaten the Christmas Eve treat from the Advent calender.
I bought an advent calender from my church fo my granddaughter but when she opened up the first day, it was a picture of Mary and Joseph with baby Jesus.
uk The Poisoner's Progress A history of the human race's 500-year-long romance with all things sugary in the style of an advent calender, November 29-December 2.
Charity organisation, Lions Club Windhoek Alte Feste unveiled its Advent Calender to raise funds for it's selected charity of the year.
SURPRISE SURPRISE - Wooden Advent Calender (pounds 19.
HEARTLESS thieves who broke into a Warwickshire home snatched a family's wrapped-up Christmas presents from under the tree - and even emptied chocolates from the children's advent calender.
The Mail yesterday published details of the sick fancy dress stunt where the clubber used a picture of the missing youngster in a cardboard advent calender costume.
Going for a brisk walk in the fresh winter air can not only help stop the pounds from piling on after raiding the advent calender, it can also give you space from the family.
THIEVES who broke into a Rugby home snatched a family's Christmas presents from under the tree - and even emptied chocolates from the children's advent calender.