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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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NativityNa‧tiv‧i‧ty /nəˈtɪvəti/ noun (plural Nativities)  1 the Nativity2 [countable]RRC a picture or model of the baby Jesus Christ and his parents in the place where he was born a Nativity scene
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NativityThis time he was putting his heart into playing an angel in a Nativity play at the local church.She made out a Nativity, but it was wrong.He created the first Nativity scene in 1223.The houses are decorated above and beyond the call of Nativity.Daley was enrolled in the elementary school at the Nativity Church, under the strict discipline of the nuns.the importance of the NativityAnother time he painted a scene of the angel appearing to the shepherds to tell them of the Nativity.The Nativity Church was the center of the community, towering over the small homes.The Nativity, with Mary and Joseph bowing over a sleeping child.
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