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- n. Plural form of Hanukkah.
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Eight Fourth of Julys, eight Christmases and Hanukkahs and Kwanzaas and Ramadans, eight birthdays, eight World Series, eight "buy nothing" days.
But it felt like a lifetime to Yetta—she felt like she passed through years worth of Rosh Hashanahs, Yom Kippurs, Hanukkahs, Purims, Passovers.
Social networking and the Internet has enabled the league to grow exponentially over the past three Hanukkahs.
And President Bush can barely remember him: for a couple of Hanukkahs, Abramoff apparently stood on gripand- grin lines at the White House to be photographedwith the president, but almost anybody can do that.
And what little the 27-year-old former Army captain can recall about the four Hanukkahs she spent in the service is depressing, she said - vague images of lighting candles alone at home.
The list of songs about California Christmases and Hanukkahs isn't long.