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- proper n. The holiday occurring on the last day of the year, December 31st.
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- n. the last day of the year
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On New Year's Eve night a strong enemy force with tanks and infantry broke through the weak German defenses under cover of dense fog and entered Novo Marjevka at dawn on 1 January 1943.
On New Year's Eve he returned to Ziegenberg, but this time took the precaution of calling first on Rundstedt, the C. in C. West, and General Siegfried Westphal, his C.ief of Staff.
On New Year's Eve night, 1923, I heard a sermon by Rev.W. S. Drummond, Presiding Elder.
"And then we'd've been obligated to go to All Souls's New Year's Eve party and meet Rae's computer-freak boyfriends.
And I didn't want to do it on Saturday, because the guys Dad played conjunto with'll be too wasted from New Year's Eve gigs to go to a funeral.