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    New Year's

    " Do you have plans for New Year's ? "

    Why there is an aprosophe s for Year ? What does that imply anyway ?

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    Re: New Year's

    Quote Originally Posted by whl626
    " Do you have plans for New Year's ? "

    Why there is an aprosophe s for Year ? What does that imply anyway ?
    It's short for New Year's Day.

    :)

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    :) I got sidetracked from the simple omission by my preoccupation with grammar :P

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