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bonfahy er

  • n  a large outdoor fire that is lighted as a signal or in celebration

  • The last real bonfire was way back in 1929 on Christmas Eve, when the West Wing was gutted by a massive conflagration.
  • The answer is exasperatingly simple: For many Aggies, "building this bonfire is a cornerstone of their college experience," says Gwynne.
  • All of Luoshui's families participate in the three main visitor eventsrowing dugout canoes, guiding horses and dancing around an evening bonfireand they share the profits.
News & Articles


  • John Adams in West Virginia MetroNews
    Adams accurately predicted the tone of future celebrations when he said that Independence Day should be "solemnized with pomp and parade, with shews (shows), games, sports, guns, bells, bonfire and illuminations from one end of this continent to the...
  • Shami Chakrabarti in
    Shami Chakrabarti, of Liberty, said: "Liberty thanks the Government for the bonfire of the ID cards and the junking of the National Identity Register."
  • John McCain in National Ledger
    As a recent president of a university that only about seven and a half years ago had its own tragedy when 12 students were killed when the bonfire collapsed at Texas A&M, perhaps more than most I can understand the horror and the emotions at... Robert Gates FOXNews,2933,266505,00.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHq8HmKva7My9ytFr_8X58Mqmh09w Apr 17, 2007 11534 15978 bong Politico then reports McCain said this: Obama wouldn't know the difference between an RPG and a bong."

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