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jubilee

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Chronology
jubileeju‧bi‧lee /ˈdʒuːbəliː, ˌdʒuːbəˈliː/ noun [countable]  TMCa date that is celebrated because it is exactly 25 years, 50 years etc after an important event diamond jubilee, golden jubilee, silver jubilee
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jubileeHe had a polished wooden peg that went tap-tapping every Tuesday night along jubilee Road.The highlight of Gibson's later years was the Polyethylenes 1933-83 golden jubilee conference in London in June 1983.If she knew Danny Crompton had been pestering him in jubilee Road she'd want to know all the details.The Essoldo was at their end of jubilee Road and Henry went straight past.There'd been a murder on jubilee Road.As Milton Keynes celebrates it's jubilee, the arguments will continue long into the next century.On October 10,1986, the silver jubilee of the parish was celebrated.
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