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Hogmanay

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HogmanayHog‧ma‧nay /ˈhɒɡməneɪ $ ˌhɑːɡməˈneɪ/ noun [uncountable] British English  TMCNew Year’s Eve and the parties that take place at that time in Scotland
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HogmanayWe decided to go to a Hogmanay dance in the village hall, and they came along to watch.Wee Jocky was apparently steaming after a particularly hospitable Hogmanay and played a blinder.Indeed Hogmanay is a bigger celebration than Christmas.In the city centre there's a massive Hogmanay Party at George Square for those lucky enough to hold tickets.They had spent Hogmanay at home, welcoming the groups of people roaming the village as they came round.
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