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  • n. Plural form of Santa.


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  • Since September 8, Tesco has been selling two Lindt milk chocolate Santas for £2 and two of its own-label Santas for £1. - News

  • These other "Santas" operate on a shoestring and need money to do their kind deeds.

    Michael Moore: Last Minute Gifts to Six Groups in Need of Help This Christmas... A Letter From Santa

  • Moore provided us with the details such as Santas deep belly laughs, the names of his reindeer, and also how Santa goes up and down the chimney.

    Reyne Haines: Yes Virginia, There Really Is a Santa Claus

  • Is it a coincidence that all of the "Santas" except #1 look alarmed and/or traumatized?

    Hot Lips

  • I mean, they were a very unusual sight -- two "Santas" racing down a snow-covered, tree-lined backroad.

    Murder by Six

  • Christianity may be on the rise in China, but few Chinese are fully aware of the secular and commercial traditions of the winter holiday, such as Santas, presents and a red-nosed reindeer. - News

  • Five of the Great "Santas" on the Big and Small Screen

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Our network of fully trained, duly deputized mall "Santas" file reports from the field, telling us which children are well-behaved, which are elf-phobic, which are prone to sphincter control issues, and which are squirmy beard-pulling monstrous little brats.


  • Digital copies of photos taken with these "Santas" are automatically sent to our database for further evaluation, with particular attention given to the ones where the children are crying.


  • Then, Social Media ran another set of ads, showing them what kind of Santas their friends told Macy's they were.

    The Industry Standard - Comments


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