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  1. Easter customs

    Easter eggs straw decoration.jpg thumb Easter eggs are popular among religious and secular observers alike. File Chocolate Easter Bunny.jpg thumb A chocolate Easter Bunny Image Bermuda Kite 01.jpg thumb ... festival s, the celebration of Easter extends beyond the church. Since its origins, it has been a time of celebration and feasting and many Traditional Easter games and customs developed, such as egg rolling , egg tapping , Pace Egg play Pace egging and egg decorating . Today Easter is commercially important, seeing wide sales of greeting card s and confectionery such as chocolate Easter eggs decorative Easter eggs , marshmallow bunnies, Peeps , and jelly beans . Even many non Christians celebrate these aspects of the holiday while eschewing the religious aspects. Customs around the world Main ... decorate eggs for Easter. In the Czech Republic and Slovakia , a tradition of spanking or whipping is carried out on Easter Monday . In the morning, men spank women with a special handmade whip ... Terry last Kirby title The Big Question Why do we celebrate Easter, and where did the bunny come from ... Easter egg egg and sometimes a small amount of money to the man as a sign of her thanks. In some ... cloth, and brought to the church to be blessed. A typical Easter basket includes bread, colored eggs, ham, horseradish, and a type of nut cake called potica . ref Slovenia s Easter Celebrations ... wielkanocny is a traditional addition to the Easter Meal for many Polish Catholics. Butter is shaped ... following Easter is called Locsol H tf , Watering Monday . Water, perfume or perfumed water is often sprinkled in exchange for an Easter egg . In Bulgaria the Easter eggs are decorated on Thursday before Easter or at Saturday before Easter. Widespread tradition is to fight with eggs by pair and one s egg become last surviving is called borak lang bg , fighter . The tradition is on the Easter ... salad called Easter salad at some places and kozunak . English speaking world Throughout the English ...   more details

  1. Traditional Easter games and customs

    Please see Talk Traditional Easter games and customs Expansion There are a large number of traditional Easter games and customs in the Christian world . Many of these games incorporate easter egg s. Although adopted into the Christian tradition of Easter , these games are probably based in ancient fertility cult s ref name newall Venetia Newall 1971 An Egg at Easter A Folklore Study , http books?id C6M9AAAAIAAJ&pg PA321&dq 22easter games 22&ei abXhR 3ZA4jssQOh3 DYBA&sig LYaWLsNcsxE yxGm1yOuxk Y8w p. 321 ref this is a classic example of Syncretism Religious syncretism syncretism . Of these the most well known, widespread and popular until the modern times are the egg rolling , egg hunt , egg tapping , and egg dance . Their rules may vary in different cultures and localities. At the same time, there exist less known peculiar customs. Nowadays child entertainers and kindergarten s invent various new Easter games, often adapting well known games to Easter topics, such as word puzzle s involving Easter related words. These are not discussed in this article. Egg games The rules of egg rolling may vary significantly, with the basic idea being an egg race. The eggs are either rolled down a steep hill or pushed across a lawn with sticks. Egg hunt is a kind of treasure hunt game children have to collect as many hidden eggs as possible. Egg tapping is a contest for the hardest egg the contestants tap each other s eggs with egg tips and optionally with other parts butts or sides ... parts of Germany a popular Easter pastime is egg throwing . In this game there are no winners ... book The Sports and Pastimes of the People of England describe an Easter tradition from the Isles ... with water and spanking them with Easter switch rod switch es . ref Venetia Newall, http ... that a female struck by a poml zka will become younger and prettier. References reflist Easter Category Easter traditions Category Traditional Easter games ...   more details

  1. Easter

    About the Christian festival secular uses Easter customs and ostre other uses Easter disambiguation Pp move indef Infobox holiday holiday name Easter type Christian, cultural image Nolimetangerecorregio.jpg ..., Brace and Company year 1958 isbn 0151384355 ref Easter customs vary across the Christian world, but decorating Easter eggs is a common motif. In the Western world , customs such as egg hunting and the Easter ... meals, Easter egg hunts and gift giving significance Celebrates the resurrection of Jesus relatedto ... , Maundy Thursday , Good Friday , and Holy Saturday which lead up to Easter and Octave of Easter Thomas ... Corpus Christi which follow it. Easter lang ang ostre lang el , Paskha lang arc Pas a ... cite book last Aveni first Anthony title The Easter Passover Season Connecting Time s Broken Circle ... is celebrated on Easter Day or Easter Sunday ref Easter Day is the traditional name in English for the principal feast of Easter, used for instance by the Book of Common Prayer , but in the 20th century Easter Sunday became widely used, despite this term also referring to the following Sunday. ref ... is variously interpreted to have occurred between AD 26 and 36. Easter marks the end of Lent ... of Jesus . Easter is followed by a fifty day period called Eastertide or the Easter Season, ending with Pentecost Sunday . Easter is a moveable feast , meaning it is not fixed in relation to the civil calendar . The First Council of Nicaea 325 established the date of Easter as the first Sunday after ... asked questions about the date of Easter ref Ecclesiastically, the equinox is reckoned to be on March ... Moon is not necessarily the astronomically correct date. The date of Easter therefore varies ... calendar their celebration of Easter therefore varies between April 4 and May 8. Easter is linked ... languages, the words for Easter and Passover are etymologically related or homonym ous. ref cite book first Francis X. last Weiser url http doc 3957343 Handbook of Christian Feasts and Customs ...   more details

  1. Customs

    About import export tariffs Custom disambiguation Cleanup date March 2009 File Customs, Tolls or Duties Corporation of Kinsale.jpg thumb right Customs, Tolls or Duties of the Corporation of Kinsale 1788 File CBP female officers going aboard a ship.jpg right thumb Officers from US Customs and Border Protection boarding a ship. Customs is an authority or Government agency agency in a country responsible for collecting and safeguarding Duty economics customs duties and for controlling the flow of goods ... may be restricted or forbidden, and the customs agency enforces these rules. ref name Chowdhury 1992 Chowdhury, F. L. 1992 Evasion of Customs Duty in Bangladesh, unpublished MBA dissertation submitted to Monash University, Australia. ref The customs authority may be different from the immigration authority ... deemed dangerous to the country. In most countries customs are attained through government agreements and international laws. A customs Duty economics duty is a tariff or tax on the importation usually or exportation unusually of goods. In the Kingdom of England , customs duties were typically part ... goods not yet cleared through customs are held in a customs area , often called a bonded store, until processed. All authorised ports are recognised customs area. Red and Green channels Customs ... link date January 2012 ref Passengers with goods to declare carrying items above the permitted customs ... to declare carrying goods within the customs limits only and not carrying prohibited items can go ... and save time. But, if a passenger going through the Green Channel is found to have goods above the customs ... to customs, by virtue of having gone through the Green Channel. Canada and the United States ... within the European Union EU also have a Blue Channel. As the EU is a customs union , travellers between EU countries do not have to pay customs duties. VAT and Excise duties may be applicable ... taxation customs customs customs controls baggage controls index en.htm exit title EUROPA Taxation ...   more details

  1. Bulgarian customs

    Martenitsa , all of March Nestinari Kukeri Koleda Christmas , Koledari Velikden Easter Bulgarian Name Days Name Days International Mother s Day, March 8 Independence Day, March 3 Sveti, Sveti Kiril i Metodii, May 24 External links http www.bulgariainfo Site Traditions.pdf Small booklet about Bulgarian customs, traditions and celebrations Free PDF booklet by Bulgaria Info Online Magazine Bulgaria topics Expand list date August 2008 Category Bulgarian culture Bulgaria stub ...   more details

  1. Easter parade

    081170458 X ref Easter finery Image Easter parade 2.jpg Participants in New York City s 2007 Easter parade thumb upright Having new clothes for Easter had deep roots in European customs. Sacred times ...otheruses Image Easter parade 1.jpg Participants in New York City s 2007 Easter parade thumb upright The Easter parade is an United States American cultural event consisting of a festive strolling procession on Easter Easter Sunday . Typically, it is a somewhat informal and unorganized event, with or without Easter Religious observance religious significance . Persons participating in an Easter parade traditionally dress in new and fashionable clothing , particularly Easter bonnet ladies hats , and strive to impress others with their finery. The Easter parade is most closely associated with Fifth Avenue Manhattan Fifth Avenue in New York City , but Easter parades are held in many other cities ... popularity has declined significantly, drawing only 30,000 in 2008. Early Easter parades Image Meister ... as the earliest precursor to modern Easter parades. Easter processions or parades, often including ... predecessors of the modern Easter parade. ref cite book last Collins first Ace authorlink coauthors title Stories Behind the Traditions and Songs of Easter publisher Zondervan date 2007 ... Dark Ages , Christians in Eastern Europe would gather in a designated spot before Easter church ... about 1782, Germans German settlers in Pennsylvania held non religious parades on Easter Monday ... for Easter, like one s Sunday best and the special vestments of priests, for centuries showed the solemnity ... a person had new homespun cloth available at Easter, moths and crickets would eat the old goods ... 1910 cite news first last coauthors title Your Easter Clothes date 1910 03 27 publisher url http ... For Christmas, food and drink for Easter, new clothes, and a 15th century proverb from Poor Robin s Almanack states that if on Easter Sunday some part of one s outfit is not new, one will not enjoy good ...   more details

  1. Easter Bunny

    File Easter Bunny Postcard 1907.jpg thumb A 1907 postcard File Hase mit Ostereiern 2 .jpg thumb A bunny and eggs The Easter Bunny or Easter Rabbit sometimes Spring Bunny in the U.S. ref http node 19769 Spring bunny vs. Easter rabbit ScrippsNews . March 2, 2007. Retrieved March 23 ... . Retrieved March 23, 2010. ref is a character depicted as a rabbit bringing Easter egg s, who sometimes ... accessdate 2010 10 17 ref About Easter Eggs referring to an Alsace tradition of an Easter Hare bringing Easter Eggs. Symbols File Chocolate Easter Bunny.jpg thumb right A chocolate Easter Bunny Rabbits and hares Eggs, like rabbits and hares , are fertility symbols of ancient ... mating antics should enter into Easter folklore . Eggs The precise origin of the ancient custom ... to this day typically dye their Easter egg s red, ref http od greekcookingtips ht redeggs.htm How To Dye Red Eggs with Onion Skins for Greek Easter by Nancy Gaifyllia from Your Guide ... to retain the Roman Catholic Catholic custom of eating colored eggs for Easter, but did not want ... the fast of Lent , which was the reason for the abundance of eggs at Easter time. ref http ... Culture & Customs, World Cultures European, paragraph 5 line 2 refers to the catholic custom of abstaining ... folklore the Easter Bunny indeed is a hare , not a rabbit. According to the legend, only good children ... s before Easter. ref http easter symbols.htm Easter Symbols from Lutheran Hour Ministries ... Grimm s Teutonic Mythology 1888 ref Media The media often uses the Easter Bunny in various Easter ... of the Guardians . See also Santa Claus Easter Bilby Mad as a March hare The Goose That Laid the Golden ... http library bl easterbunny.htm Ostara s Hare The Pagan Origin of Easter http cs pests a easter rabbit.htm Easter Origins and the Easter Bunny Charles J. Billson . s Folk Lore. Volume 3 The Easter Hare The Easter Hare . Folk Lore . Vol. 3, No. 4 December ...   more details

  1. China Customs

    China Customs may refer to General Administration of Customs Chinese Maritime Customs Service Chinese customs gold unit Chinese pre wedding customs dab zh ...   more details

  1. Luke Easter

    Luke Easter may refer to Luke Easter baseball , former baseball star in both Major League Baseball and Negro league baseball Luke Easter musician , vocalist for the band Tourniquet hndis Easter, Luke ...   more details

  1. Easter Proclamation

    Easter Proclamation may refer to The Exsultet , a Christian hymn intoned by the deacon during the Easter Vigil in western rite churches. The Proclamation of the Irish Republic , issued during the Easter Rising in Ireland. disambig ...   more details

  1. Customs and Excise

    Customs and Excise refers to customs duty and excise duty . In certain countries, the national tax authorities that are responsible for collecting those duties are named Customs and Excise , including HM Customs and Excise , a department of the British government until 2005 HM Revenue and Customs a department formed by the merger of HM Customs and Excise with Inland Revenue in 2005 Customs and Excise Department Hong Kong In Ghana, the Customs, Excise and Preventive Service In Singapore, the defunct Customs and Excise Department, which was replaced by the Singapore Customs on 1 April 2003 disambig ...   more details

  1. Easter Monday

    Day, and other Easter Monday customs By Pip Wilson http Dingus Day Buffalo ...TOCright Easter Monday is the day after Easter Easter Sunday and is celebrated as a holiday in some largely ... Orthodox cultures. Easter Monday in the Roman Catholic liturgical calendar is the second day of the octave liturgical octave of Easter Week and analogously in the Eastern Orthodox Church is the second day of Bright Week . Festivities Unreferenced section date January 2012 Formerly, the post Easter festivities ... water the day before at Easter Sunday Mass and carried home to Blessing Roman Catholic Church ... Catholic Churches which follow the Byzantine Rite ref Easter Monday is known as Bright Monday or Renewal ... the rest of the year and are similar to the services on Pascha Easter Sunday and include an outdoor ... , St. George or the patron saint of a church or one s name day , falls during Holy Week or on Easter Sunday, the saint s day is celebrated on Easter Monday. ref http books ... January 2012 Australia Unreferenced section date January 2012 In Australia , Easter Monday is a public holiday. People enjoy outdoor sporting events, such as the Oakbank Easter Racing Carnival in South ... is celebrated on the Coptic Orthodox Church Coptic i.e. Eastern Christianity Eastern Easter Monday ... is the name for Easter Monday in Poland . In the Czech Republic it is called velikono n pond l or poml zka . In Slovakia ve kono n pondelok Easter Monday is called iba ka Polieva ka or Oblieva ka ... , people go out into the fields early in the morning and hold Easter egg races. ref http holidays germany easter monday Easter Monday in Germany ref For Roman Catholics , Easter ... In Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic ref cite web last Asiedu first Dita title Easter ... is that Dingus originates from the baptism on Easter Monday of Mieszko I Duke of the Polans, c. 935 ... Primary sources section date October 2009 File Easter egg roll boys2.jpg right thumb 250px Two boys ...   more details

  1. Easter Vigil

    monk s around an Easter fire preparing to light the Paschal candle Christ candle prior to Easter Vigil Mass liturgy mass The Easter Vigil , also called the Paschal Vigil or the Great Vigil of Easter ... with the Church. It is held in the hours of darkness between sunset on Holy Saturday and sunrise on Easter ... of Easter, days traditionally being considered to begin at sunset. In the Eastern Orthodoxy Eastern ... Churches, the Easter Vigil is the most important Christian worship Types of Christian worship service ... it is the first celebration of the Gloria during the fifty day long celebration of Eastertide Easter ... feature of the Easter season. Similarly, in the Eastern Christianity East , the extremely festive Canonical hours ceremonies and Divine Liturgy which are celebrated during the Easter Vigil are unique ... for Easter. Also, among Lutheran s, the Easter Vigil has enjoyed a substantial revival. Earliest known form of the Easter Vigil The original twelve New Testament readings for the Easter Vigil survive in an ancient manuscript belonging to the Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem . The Armenian Easter ... of the Easter Vigil, i.e., from the Last Supper account to the end of the Gospel according to Matthew ... In the Roman Catholic tradition, the Easter Vigil consists of four parts The Service of Light ... on Easter Sunday outside the church, where an Easter fire is kindled and the Paschal candle is blessed and then lit. This Paschal candle will be used throughout the season of Easter, remaining ... this practice at Vespers, but it is most commonly seen at the Easter Vigil. As the candle proceeds ... the Easter Proclamation or Paschal Praeconium , after which the people take their seats as the liturgy ... continues as usual. This is the first Mass of Easter Day. During the Eucharist, the newly ... thumb 250px Blessing Easter basket s at Ukrainian Catholic church in Lvov . It should be noted that in the Byzantine tradition, the liturgy which corresponds structurally to the Easter Vigil ...   more details

  1. Easter (disambiguation)

    Easter may refer to TOCright Easter , Christian festival ostre , the pagan festival from which the Christian festival takes its English name Passover Archaic Passover the Jewish Passover had been called Easter as late as the Elizabethan era , e.g., in Bibleverse Acts 12 4 in the Authorized King James Version KJV Albums Easter Patti Smith Group album Easter These Arms Are Snakes album Easter These Arms Are Snakes album A song from the album Long John Silver album Long John Silver , by Jefferson Airplane A song from the album Seasons End album Seasons End , by Marillion A song from the album Between the Eyes , by Love Battery Literature Easter play , a play translated by Elizabeth Sprigge from August Strindberg s Paask Easter, 1916 , a poem by William Butler Yeats Places Chile Easter Island , Chile United States Easter Rock, Wisconsin Surname surname Easter Luke Easter baseball 1915 1979 , professional baseball player in Major League Baseball and the Negro leagues Luke Easter musician , singer and songwriter with the Christian metal band Tourniquet Mitch Easter , musician and producer Paul Easter b.1963 , Scottish freestyle swimmer Jamal Easter b.1987 , Welsh Association Football player Jeff & Sheri Easter , Southern Gospel duo Jermaine Easter b.1982 , Welsh Association Football player Nick Easter b.1978 , English rugby union player See also Eostre , West Germanic goddess disambig ar ca Pasqua de Pasche el fur Pasche gl Pascua hy id Easter it Pasqua disambigua no P ske andre betydninger ru ...   more details

  1. High Easter

    High Easter is a village and a civil parish in the Uttlesford District, in the England English county of Essex . It is near the large town of Chelmsford and the hamlet of Stagden Cross . It is near the chief source of the River Can . TOC Amenities High Easter has a post office and two places of worship. Location grid br NSEW Bishop s Green, Essex Bishop s Green , Great Dunmow Good Easter Stagden Cross , Pleshey Leaden Roding External links Commons category inline High Easter Essex geo stub coord 51 48 N 0 21 E display title region GB type city source GNS enwiki Category Villages in Essex Category Civil parishes in Essex Category Uttlesford nl High Easter pl High Easter simple High Easter ...   more details

  1. Easter Seals

    Easter Seals is an international charitable organization devoted to providing opportunities for children and adults with physical disabilities. See Easter Seals Canada Easter Seals UK fact date December 2011 Easter Seals US See also Christmas Seal stamps benefiting the American Lung Association Category Children s charities Category International charities Category Cinderella stamps Charity stub ja ...   more details

  1. Date of Easter

    Date of Easter may refer to List of dates for Easter in recent decades and forthcoming years When the template that pg is based on gets updated, any more specific description is likely to become false, and less likely to get updated. In the unlikely event that the template doesn t get updated, the harm done by this vague description would be very small, and even less likely to cause users to go away without bothering to actually look at the table. Computus , methods of computation Easter controversy History of date setting for Easter Disambig ...   more details

  1. Easter Fire

    fires on the area hills. One mother calmed her children s fears, telling them the smoke came from the Easter ... The Easter Fires&cnty gillespie title The Easter Fires author Texas State Historical Commission ... below than the solemn Easter Vigil fires mentioned above. Easter Sunday and Easter Monday On Easter Sunday and on Easter Monday , large fires are lit at dusk in sections of Northwestern Europe. This practice ... of these fires. The Saxons probably believed that around the time of Easter , Spring becomes ... the meadows and thereby fertilized the soil. The pre Christian meaning of Easter fires is hardly experienced ... in the municipality of Rijssen Holten holds the world record with an Easter fire that measured 27 ... Easter fires http Paasvuursite Easter Fire Site Dutch Category Easter traditions de ...   more details

  1. Easter bonnet

    Image EasterBonnet.jpg thumb An Easter Bonnet An Easter Bonnet represents the tail end of a tradition of wearing new clothes at Easter , ref Also significant of a new beginning are the new clothes often purchased for children for the Easter celebration. The practice many times was recalled from the mothers ... , Oxford University Pres 1989, s.v. Easter in Stephen Roud and Jennifer Westwood, The Penguin Guide ... . The Easter bonnet was fixed in popular culture by Irving Berlin , whose frame of reference was the Easter ... s Cathedral, New York St. Patrick s Cathedral blockquote In your Easter bonnet br with all the frills upon it, br You ll be the grandest lady in the Easter parade. ref Berlin, Easter Parade , 1933. ref blockquote At the depths of the Great Depression a new hat at Easter, or a refurbished old ... War II families meant that new clothes were purchased year round, not just at Easter Marilyn Coleman ... at Easter has been noticed in late 16th century references by Peter Opie , ref Peter Opie, Proposals ... not fall out with a Tailor for wearing his new Doublet before Easter? At just the same time Thomas ... past with his Russet Frocke & Mockado sleeues, now sels a Cow against Easter to buy him silken geere for his Credit . ref Cited by Opie 1964 79. ref In Samuel Pepys diary, 30 March Easter Day 1662 ... century English almanac maker, offered the doggerel blockquote At Easter let your clothes be new ... saw. ref blockquote and the notion that ill luck would dog the one who had not something new at Easter expanded in the 19th century. Today the Easter bonnet is a type of hat that women and girls wear to Easter liturgy Easter services , and in the Easter parade cultural event Easter parade following ... of Easter, taking the opportunity of the end of Lent to buy luxury items. Now, in a more casual society, Easter Bonnets are becoming harder to find, ref http doc 1G1 144542446.html?refid hbw sw Where s the Easter wear? Forget the Easter eggs, try to find a bonnet , Boston Herald , April ...   more details

  1. Easter postcard

    Refimprove date May 2007 Image Ok2.jpg thumb Easter postcard from 1901 Unsourced image removed Image Ok1.jpg thumb Easter postcard s are a form of postcard that people send to each other at Easter . They have .... History File Christ is Risen .jpg thumb right 250px Christ is Risen , Easter postcard of Russian Empire. The tradition of sending Easter postcards to relatives and friends developed during the end of the 19th ... the first years during which Easter postcards were sent, the front side was empty. This was the space ... with lambs, poultry, and eggs. Young girls were a symbol for luck and hope. The Easter bunny ... leading in the production of Easter postcards before the First World War. During the time of the First World War, children were replaced with soldiers and a military appearance of the Easter bunny was common. After the First World War, photos no longer served as the foundation for Easter postcards instead they featured drawn colorful Easter motives a very popular motive was Jesus in the open countryside ... exist with silver , gold and relief stamping . The number of Easter postcards declined through ... rationale removed File Easter Postcard 1910.jpg Winsch card, ca. 1910 File Easter Postcard circa 1910.jpg Postcard, ca. 1910 File Easter Bunny Postcard 1900.jpg Bunny, eggs, and snowdrops, ca. 1910 File Easter Bunny Postcard 1915 Stecher.jpg Stecher postcard, ca. 1915 File Easter Ukrainian Postcard 2.jpg Ukrainian postcard File Easter card ukr leg.jpg Ukrainian postcard File Easter Ukrainian Postcard 3.jpg Ukrainian postcard File Easter card Ukr Legion.jpg Ukrainian postcard File Hnizdovsky Easter.gif Ukrainian Easter card by Jacques Hnizdovsky gallery References reflist External links http tags easter Easter Postcards, Clip Arts, Vector illustrations, Icons http Easter postcards from 1898 until today Cards from 42 countries exhibtion http pascoapg.html Easter Vintage Postcards Easter US Holidays Category Easter Category Easter ...   more details

  1. Easter lily

    An Easter lily may refer to a number of flowers connected with Easter Lilium longiflorum , scented lily, commonly called Easter lily in North America and other parts of the world, native to Japan Zantedeschia aethiopica , not a true lily, commonly called Lily of the Nile, Calla lily or Arum lily, native to southern Africa Easter Lily badge , Irish republican badge that uses this flower Easter lily may also refer to Lilium candidum , commonly called the Madonna Lily, native to the Balkans and West Asia Zephyranthes atamasco , commonly called Atamasco Lily or Rain Lily, native to the southeastern United States Daffodil s ref. for the latter is http lilium 20longiflorum 20eximium disambig ...   more details

  1. Easter Friday

    us easter sunday accessed February 24, 2011 ref , and on April 13 in 2012 ref http holidays us easter sunday accessed February 24, 2011 ref . Eastern ... Rite , this day is referred to as Bright Friday . All of the services for Easter Pascha Easter are repeated every day of Bright Week Easter Week , except for the hymn s from the Octoechos ... from year to year. Eastern Christianity calculates the date of Easter differently from the West ... on April 20 April 7 . See also Easter Week Easter Monday Easter Saturday External links http ... Orthodox icon and synaxarion References reflist Easter Category Easter Category Catholic liturgy ...   more details

  1. Easter Crisis

    The Easter Crisis can refer to two important incidents in the history of Denmark The Easter Crisis of 1920 , when King Christian X dismissed Prime Minister Denmark Prime Minister Carl Theodor Zahle and Cabinet of Zahle II his cabinet . The Easter Crisis of 1948 , when the government believed that the Soviet Union or Soviet aligned Communist s were planning an invasion or coup d tat in Denmark. disambig Category History of Denmark ...   more details

  1. Pacific/Easter

    Infobox tz Pacific Easter is a time zone identifier from zone file of the tz database . The data is as follows tz country code PAGENAMEE tz coordinates PAGENAMEE PAGENAMEE tz comments PAGENAMEE The reference point is Easter Island . Covered area The covered area is Easter Island and surrounding islets. See also Time in Chile America Santiago Category Time in Chile Category Tz database ...   more details

  1. Easter Ross

    coord 57.668 4.395 display title region GB scale 200000 Unreferenced date December 2009 Easter Ross Ros an Ear in Scots Gaelic is a loosely defined area in the east of Ross , Highland council area Highland , Scotland . The name is used in the constituency name Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross disambiguation Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross , which is the name of both a British House of Commons constituency and a Scottish Parliament constituency. The two constituencies have however different boundaries. Places in Easter Ross include Alness Dingwall included in some contexts in the term Easter Ross , though in some contexts it refers to the area to the north east of Dingwall Evanton Invergordon Kildary Milton, Easter Ross Milntown of Tarbat Milton Portmahomack The Seaboard Villages Seaboard villages Balintore, Easter Ross Balintore Hilton of Cadboll Shandwick Tain The area has quite a distinctive accent, and is well known for its heavy use of the word bey boy . See also Black Isle Ross and Cromarty Ross shire Wester Ross Scottish provinces Category Ross and Cromarty Highland geo stub no Easter Ross ...   more details

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