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New Year's Eve
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How did the Druids use mistletoe?
The Druids considered mistletoe a holy plant that protected from evil and had great medicinal value. Mistletoe didn't begin quite so well in Norse mythology: the arrow that killed Baldur, beloved of the gods, was carved from mistletoe. The Norse gods then judged that henceforth mistletoe would be under the command of the goddess of love, in order to negate its use for hate--that's one explanation of why those who stand under the mistletoe are expected to kiss. they go kiss kiss under the mistletoe. But that is a lie. They never did
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What is New Year's Eve?
New Year's Eve is December 31st, the last day of the calendar year. More specifically, it is the last few hours before the arrival of the new calendar year, and is marked by parties and celebrations. Among the more famous annual events is one televised internationally from Time Square in New York City. A large lighted ball slowly descends to the rooftop, counting down the final few seconds until the arrival of the new year. (see related link) New years eve is the day before the new year starts. When that is depends on what calendar is being used or referred to. There are many different calendars. The Gregorian calendar, which is accepted worldwide for business, commerce and politically, uses 1st January as the start of the year. Therefor new years eve is the 31st of December. Other calendars use different - and changable - 'dates'. To accurately state new years eve you need to define which calendar you are referring to.
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What is supposed to be plucked from the mistletoe when you kiss under it?
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Is eve a proper noun?
The noun eve is a common or proper noun, depending on use. A common noun is a word for any person, place, or a thing. The common noun eve is a short form of the noun evening. Example sentence: "We should rest before the eve of the celebration." Eve is a proper noun if used as a name for a person, a specific thing, or a title such as New Year's Eve or Apple & Eve brand juices, and "All Hallow's Eve: The One Day it's BAD to be Good", a novel by Carolyn McCray.
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How do you use the word mistletoe in a sentence in class?
On new years the tradition you use fireworks when?
Is mistletoe poisonous?
Some mistletoes are poisonous to humans, especially some of the true or leafy mistletoes of hardwood trees, but it typically takes ingestion of numerous leaves or shoots of a mistletoe plant to affect an adult. Children and pets on the other hand, are much smaller and are affected by a lot less of a plant. Lots of websites with information on this topic come up with use of the keywords "mistletoe poisons" or "mistletoe and pets". Just don't eat it.