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1.A person, place, or thing adjacent to or located near another.
4.a state in the NE United States, on the Atlantic coast. 5,737,037; 8257 sq. mi. (21,385 sq. km). Capital: Boston
8.a day fixed by law or custom on which ordinary business is suspended in commemoration of some event or in honor of some person.
10.8 letter noun with French root "estoffer" that means to stuff. Definition is "seasoned bread crumbs or other filling used inside poultry, vegetables, etc. before cooking".
11.to use, participate in, enjoy, receive, etc., jointly:
12.Also called Indian bread. a bread made of cornmeal.
13.2nd celebrated thanksgiving was in this month.
15.which president changed the date of thanksgiving twice
19.The Pilgrims set ground at xxxxxxxxxxx on December 11, 1620
23.in 1941, Thanksgiving was finally sanctioned by xxxxxxx as a legal holiday, as the fourth Thursday in November.
26.The Mayflower passengers always wore black-and-white clothes without any color
27.Friendliness; good will:
28.a material or substance used to stuff something.
29.A mat-forming, evergreen shrub (Vaccinium macrocarpum) of eastern North America, having pink flowers and tart, red, edible berries.
30.The Western Hemisphere. the discovery of America.
33.a public celebration in acknowledgment of divine favor or kindness.
34.It wasn't until xxxxxx of 1676 that another Day of Thanksgiving was proclaimed
35.Bowling. three strikes in succession.
36.one of the band of Puritans who founded the colony of Plymouth, Mass., in 1620.
1.a member of the aboriginal people of America or of any of the aboriginal North or South American stocks, usually excluding the Eskimos.
2.Macy's Thanksgiving Day ________
3.And later, President xxxxxxx scoffed at the idea of having a day of thanksgiving.
5.Many families watch this on TV (usually the men in the family)
5.U.S. Government Slang. a briefcase containing the codes and options the president would use to launch a nuclear attack, carried by a military aide and kept available to the president at all times.
6.all those persons considered as descendants of a common progenitor.
7.The Mayflower was headed for Virginia but, due to a gross navigational error, ended up making landfall at Cape Cod in Massachusetts
7.The Pilgrims celebrated Thanksgiving every year.
9.Thanksgiving was moved one week to the next-to-last Thursday in order to create a longer Christmas shopping season
14.how many of each animal did moses take on the ark
16.the fifth day of the week; the fourth working day
17.who proclaimed a National Day of Thanksgiving in 1789
18.pie made of mashed pumpkin and milk and eggs and sugar
19.a rock at Plymouth, Massachusetts, on which the Pilgrims who sailed on the Mayflower are said to have stepped ashore when they landed in America in 1620.
20.8 letter noun with French root "dresser" that means to prepare. Definition is "stuffing for a fowl; a sauce, especially for salad or cold foods".
21.The state of being grateful; thankfulness.
22.maize. any primitive corn with variegated kernels, often used for decorative purposes.
24.a horn-shaped or conical receptacle or ornament.
24.xxxxxxx originating in ancient also called horn of plenty
25.6 letter verb with Dutch root "gabbelen" that means expressive. Definition is "to make the characteristic throaty cry of the male turkey".
25.to swallow or eat hastily or hungrily in large pieces; gulp.
30.The 11th month of the year in the Gregorian calendar
31.7 letter noun with Old English root "haerfest" that means rake or harrow. Definition is "the season when ripened crops are gathered".
31.the season when ripened crops are gathered
32.in 1863, President xxxx proclaimed the last Thursday in November as a national day of Thanksgiving.

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