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bonfire night

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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bonfire nightˈbonfire ˌnight, Bonfire Night noun [uncountable]  TMCNovember 5th, when people in Britain light fireworks and burn a guy (=model of a man) on a large outdoor fire syn Guy Fawkes’ Night
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bonfire nightThe tyre warehouse burned down on bonfire night last year but hundreds of tyres were left buried under rubble on the site.Firework displays thrill thousands on bonfire night.As a result, bonfire night 1991 saw the lowest accident figures for 20 years.Mum Debbie ran for cover cradling her baby as the firework sent a shower of fire towards bonfire night revellers in Litherland.
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