- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of celebrate.
“Right before I came on they were showing a video of a Baby Phat fashion show, and the kids were really into it, since the label celebrates hip-hop and glam for an inexpensive price.”
“Then he jumps up to preview some of albums released as the label celebrates its 40th birthday: first a track from the duo album reuniting Jarrett with the bassist Charlie Haden, a member of the pianist's American quartet in the 70s and a frequent contributor to ECM's mid-period output, then a piece from Officium Novum, the new collaboration by the Hilliard singers and Garbarek, whose own debut LP was ECM's seventh release, in 1970.”
“The title celebrates Savannah, and the cookie celebrates the great mood that we are all in this year of the girl, our 100th anniversary," said Amanda Hamaker, manager of product sales for Girl Scouts of the USA.”
“With the theme, "Living in the Moment," the title celebrates 35 years in the Miss West Virginia Scholarship pageant program.”
“This title celebrates another momentous decade in the career of soccer's greatest player, Roy Race, as he competes to win the GBP 30,000 Goal Rush Challenge, teaches how to play American Football, tackles the problem of hooliganism head on and struggles to control Melchester's latest signing - the fiery, arrogant but highly talented Paco Diaz.”
“This title celebrates a person - male or female - who captured our attention in the previous 24 hours for any number of reasons.”
“The new title celebrates advancements in breast cancer treatment and recognizes the need to both live well and live well beyond the disease.”
“The Beatles 'music is timeless, and Rain celebrates that.”
“Melanie Oudin celebrates with the American flag after defeating Julie Coin of France during their first-round Fed Cup tie on Sunday in Lievin, France.”
“What football celebrates is teamwork and character if executed properly. ...”
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