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  • n. Plural form of Easter.


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  • Even if it is now a bit anachronistic, its a nice moment of relief from never-ending consumerism, and for those of us old enough it recalls Easters and Christmases past where pretty much everything shut down for 3 days and we all got to see our families instead of going to the shops.

    Crikey » Canberra Calling

  • Don't get me wrong, I love the "Easters," but seriously, man, where exactly do these "eggs" come from!?

    Colorado Springs Independent

  • The church has seen more than 200 Easters, but Snow said this one may be its biggest ever.

    Easter spirit endures in tornado-wrecked churches

  • The city had experienced one of the freak “Nor' Easters” that the East Coast is famous for, and they had eight inches while I was there.


  • She recalled how the rabbits had “run away” the past two Easters.

    Hip Hop

  • Hundreds of bunnies — some of them fugitives from Easters past — lounge in the shade and hop alongside students of Long Beach City College, a small, sunny campus south of Los Angeles.

    It's Easter. Where's Elmer Fudd When You Need Him?

  • Down Easters say that the greater the variety of fish in the pot, the “deepah the flavah.”

    One Big Table

  • I have been lucky to spend three Easters in Prague, and luckier still to have celebrated the holiday as a local.

    2010 April | Applied Language Translation Blog

  • You Far Easters like 'em black, I believe ... go on, man utrum horum mavis accipe, * (* Take whichever you prefer.) and take your ease!


  • Happiest of Easters for you and your loved ones my dear!

    Easter Pysanky « Fairegarden


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