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  • n. Plural form of caroller.


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  • Listen to live carollers and sip Glühwein -- hot spiced wine -- while shopping for ornaments and presents.

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  • Alternatively, plunge in with 1,000 others at Porthcawl, Glamorgan, serenaded by carollers and brass bands.

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  • Listen to live carollers and sip Glühwein—hot spiced wine—while shopping for ornaments and presents.

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  • The finely engraved image of four carollers in Victorian attire appears on a proof $20 coin of 99.99% pure silver.

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  • We had the pleasure of listening to carollers while waiting in the security check point line.

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  • Several scenes there that get me, but the biggest one is where the guy shows up at Keira Knightley's door, plays the music so her boyfriend thinks that it's carollers, and tells her he loves her.

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  • If a CTA train car can be gutted and transformed into Santa's sleigh — with a Santa, his reindeers, elves and carollers merrily riding back and forth across Chicago, roofless (!!!) in the dead of winter — so can it be converted into a hearse.

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  • Which Ebenezer Blackadder (this is after his reformation) quite rightly praises as ‘utter crap’ and rewards with a door in the face to the carollers.


  • Bulk of the carollers come from St Joseph's parish, Roehampton, and they are terrific.

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  • Each Friday the town fills with strolling carollers and dulcimer groups.

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