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  • noun Plural form of noel.

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Examples

  • September 09, 2006 11:44 AM noels' email to zd said:

    Noel Weiss Sticks Up for Middle Class Homeowners

  • The earliest German Weihnachtslieder date from the eleventh and twelfth centuries, the earliest noels from the eleventh, the earliest carols from the thirteenth.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • The degeneration of these plays in part occasioned the diffusion of noels, pastorali, and carols, to which was accorded, at times, a quasi-liturgical position.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • Nocturne in E-flat Major remains the exquisitely vocal contribution to keyboard rhetoric, all bells, chimes, and plaintive noels.

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  • Their disappearance from the social scenes was met with relief. this article muct be a plant from a noel pr guy. previous articles in other publications indicated that the noels were hated on the island for their rude, grasping ways. of course, noel knew. yes, but the daughters married euros

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  • Their disappearance from the social scenes was met with relief. this article muct be a plant from a noel pr guy. previous articles in other publications indicated that the noels were hated on the island for their rude, grasping ways. of course, noel knew. yes, but the daughters married euros

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  • There is a white Santa Claus in the lobby and French noels in the elevator.

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  • The bell ringers will be clinking and dinging, and the joyful noels will echo in rehearsals at the mission.

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