New Year's Day

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New Year's Day (plural New Year's Days)

  1. A holiday celebrating the first day of the New Year, celebrated on January 1 in cultures following the Gregorian calendar.
    • 1912, Lionel Giles, Taoist Teachings from the Book of Lieh Tzŭ[1], London: John Murray, →OCLC, page 118:
      The good people of Han-tan were in the habit, every New Year's day, of presenting their Governor, Chien Tzü, with a number of live pigeons.


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