half-birthday


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half-birthday

- One's half-birthday is the day exactly six months before or after one's real birth date.
See also related terms for months.
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"John and I got Puddy in our first year of dating, when I convinced him half-birthday presents were a real thing.
Sarah bakes Daniel a cake for his half-birthday, while Emily makes Haley give Daniel a kiss.
If the client reaches that age during the course of the year, they must wait until after their half-birthday to make the QCD transfer.
Schedule client annual reviews for their half-birthdays. "Why the client's half-birthday?
But I do have a foolproof excuse - it was my 11-year-old Maddie's half-birthday party; half birthday because she can't have a party on her actual birthday as it falls on Christmas Day.
Tuck a small envelope filled with confetti in your backpack and dump it on your bestie on her half-birthday.
"It was a half-Christmas half-birthday present, and he'd only had it a couple of weeks.
The federal government dictates that each of us who own an IRA must, beginning on the April 1st following his or her 70th-and-one-half birthday (only the government could come up with the half-birthday concept), begin taking ever-increasing monthly or annual distributions.
The family decided Scarlett should have the summer half-birthday with a pink-themed garden party for 80 friends.
A nightclub-owning couple staged a half-birthday party for their daughter by wrapping their home in a giant pink ribbon.
Well, half-birthday if we are going to be pedantic.
A more concerted but equally fruitless effort was applied to celebrate her half-birthday at the beginning of April with talk of half-cakes and half the number of party guests.