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  • n. The time during which Easter takes place; the Easter season.


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Easter time


  • One year, some weird results came from Belgium at Eastertime, and “we all kind of panicked.”

    In the Plex

  • At one time, protestant England tried to ban hot cross buns because they were too much like Catholic communion wafers and considered a threat to the church; however, the buns were just too good to be excommunicated entirely, and instead the church of England relegated their consumption to Eastertime (and Chrsitmastime) only.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • The pasqueflower (Anemone pulsatilla) was so named because it blossoms around Eastertime/Passover.

    Rich Wolf: Where Do All the Flowers Grow?

  • This was one somber, manly male who never showed any hurt, rejoiced not at Eastertime, nor did it celebrate the coming and going of evanescent life all around.

    A Different Stripe:

  • Example: you had to perform your Easter Duty—receiving communion at Eastertime—once between Ash Wednesday and Pentecost Sunday.

    Last Words

  • Would have been nice, I think, with all bias admitted, that the might have had something from a UU Christian in the publication about and around Eastertime.

    Philocrites: This week at

  • I remember the year we had an exchange student whose parents were supposed to visit at Eastertime, and my sister wound up back in the hospital for an operation that sucked my parents' bank account drier than last week's soup bone.

    Santo Subito?

  • In mid - ` 79 -- Eastertime ` 79, I remembered Teddy Kennedy -- 1979, Good Friday, actually, having -- I was having lunch with him and he said, You ` ve got to get out of the administration.

    Inside: A Public and Private Life

  • As a matter of fact, Brian, he on one occasion -- Easter -- one year at Eastertime asked my family and me to go to Camp David and stay there the entire weekend and we did.

    Hoover's FBI: The Inside Story by Hoover's Trusted Lieutenant

  • “I could sing some of our Latin chant we use during Eastertime,” she suggested.

    Honor’s Splendour


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