- n. Plural form of anniversary.
“To observe this years twin anniversaries, Vanity Fair set out to do something that has never been done: to compile an oral history, speaking with scores of people involved in every stage of the Internets development, from the 1950s onward.”
“They begin to celebrate, 1824 or 1825, 50th anniversaries, which is something that we've been doing ourselves.”
“These obits, namely anniversaries of deaths when masses were to be offered for the person recollected, were to be secured by the fee of”
“Aluminum is the traditional gift for 10th anniversaries, which is appropriate because aluminum is flexible, just like TelePacific.”
“The company says that only 13 "anniversaries" will synch - though I also found that recurring appointments which had been created during a particular year wouldn't synch either.”
“Soon other events of the history of our salvation were placed on this day by legendary belief, and thus we find in some calendars of the Middle Ages the following quaint "anniversaries" listed for March 25:”
“In the second, as his despatch would probably arrive on the very birthday of his sovereign, it is added that his object was to obtain from him the rewards for which this kind of anniversaries affords occasion.”
“You can order party supplies, favors, tableware, etc. for just about any occasion such as anniversaries, birthdays, St. George's Day (April 23, Britain's national holiday), British Street Parties (usually held for royal weddings or their milestone events), hen parties or bachelorette parties, and weddings.”
“In the second, as he was anxious that his despatch should arrive on the very name-day of his Sovereign, it is added that his object was to obtain the rewards for which this kind of anniversaries furnishes occasion.”
“It send calendar reminders of employee events, such as anniversaries and birthdays.”
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