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chained_bear commented on the word Tomb-Sweeping Day
They're on the word front page, sionnach--not the comments page. (Click on the word above and look at the column at right.)
April 7, 2010
sionnach commented on the word Tomb-Sweeping Day
Where are tags found nowadays? Or are they hiding in plain sight?
bilby commented on the word Tomb-Sweeping Day
Hmmmm, a shoe-shine and you'll pass, sonny.
reesetee commented on the word Tomb-Sweeping Day
Well gee, bilby, it's not that unattractive!
*fluffs tag's hair*
Guys, guys. The Tag Beauty Standards Authority may have to be notified if this keeps going on.
CB: Yep. Added. Although its tag is not going to be pretty. ;-)
April 6, 2010
milosrdenstvi commented on the word Tomb-Sweeping Day
At first I thought this was some strange synonym for Easter!
April 5, 2010
Reesetee, don't you have a list of holidays?
john commented on the word Tomb-Sweeping Day
“As miner after miner was carried out of the mine’s mouth, rescuers hugged each other and wept for joy. Scenes of the rescue were broadcast repeatedly on national television on Tomb-Sweeping Day, China’s national holiday to commemorate the dead.”
The New York Times, Rescue of 114 at Chinese Coal Mine Called ‘Miracle’, by Sharon LaFraniere, April 5, 2010
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