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something that people do that is traditional or usual
very old customs, beliefs, or stories, considered together
a way of doing something, especially as a result of habit, custom, or tradition
an important tradition on which society is based
something such as a tradition or problem that exists as a result of something that happened in the past
the customs or accepted social behaviour of a particular group of people
formal the traditional practices and moral values of a particular society or group of people
informal interesting details about the typical features, customs etc of a place
a custom in which children visit your home at Halloween and say ‘Trick or treat?’ as a way of asking for sweets
Scottish the tradition in Scotland of visiting people as soon as the New Year starts
a medical test in which blood cells are taken from the body and examined to find out if they are healthy
a man with a singing voice that is fairly deep, in the range between a tenor and a bass
someone on a film set who takes care of plants, trees, and other various landscaping materials like rocks, gravel, sand, etc.
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