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British a public holiday when shops, businesses, and banks are closed. The American word is national holiday.
a US holiday celebrated every 4th July to mark the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. It is traditionally celebrated with fireworks. It is also called Independence Day.
1st May, when people traditionally celebrated the beginning of spring. Many countries have a public holiday on or near this date, in honour of working people.
a medical test in which blood cells are taken from the body and examined to find out if they are healthyBuzzWord Article
someone on a film set who takes care of plants, trees, and other various landscaping materials like rocks, gravel, sand, etc.add a word
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