Christmas gift


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Noun1.Christmas gift - a present given at Christmas timeChristmas gift - a present given at Christmas time  
present - something presented as a gift; "his tie was a present from his wife"
stocking filler, stocking stuffer - a small Christmas present included in the Christmas stocking
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And she pleased herself by writing in the fly-leaf in her neatest little hand, "George Osborne, A Christmas gift from his affectionate- mother." The books are extant to this day, with the fair delicate superscription.
Tiasha, of Birtley, said: "This is my Christmas gift this year.
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The university has teamed up with Flying Start Wrexham & Flintshire and is encouraging staff, students and members of the public to take a tag and donate a Christmas gift suitable for children aged 0 - 4 years old to put under the Christmas trees at either the Wrexham or Northop campus.
Mega prize draw raffle with lots of super prizes, Christmas Gift Tombola, children's face painting by Amani.
VOLUNTEERS linked to Flintshire Local Voluntary Council have been busy preparing special Christmas gift boxes to help bring a little festive cheer to local older people.
"The event will raise funds for the kids at Alexander Peden to give them a Christmas gift at the Church service on Friday December 21."
Team Resist coach Zadock Odhiambo said said the victory was a "Christmas gift" for his charges."I am very happy with the win.
In the past few days the eBay auction site has seen a string of new listings marked as 'unwanted Christmas gift',' including a pair of nubuck leather UGG boots, which sell for PS295, being offered by a vendor in King's Lynn for PS155.