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public:merry_christmas_vs_happy_christmas [2018/12/26 00:15] โ€“ [Happy Christmas] fangfufupublic:merry_christmas_vs_happy_christmas [2022/05/07 23:48] (current) โ€“ [Happy Christmas] fangfufu
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 The phrase "Happy Christmas" is used by the following people or organisations:  The phrase "Happy Christmas" is used by the following people or organisations: 
-  * DD in a SMS message [(Yeh, it was lovely to receive Christmas wishes from her. ๐Ÿ˜Š)] 
   * Dean of Norwich, The Very Revd Jane Hedges, after a Christmas Procession with Carols.    * Dean of Norwich, The Very Revd Jane Hedges, after a Christmas Procession with Carols. 
   * Abbot David Charlesworth OSB at the introductory video before BBC One's Midnight Mass.   * Abbot David Charlesworth OSB at the introductory video before BBC One's Midnight Mass.
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