12 Facts About Christmas season


The term was first used in the mid-1980s, and is associated with a desire of merchants to take advantage of particularly heavy Christmas season-related shopping well before Black Friday in the United States and before Halloween in Canada.

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Since a legislative reform to the corresponding law in 2004, Christmas season sales are now allowed over the whole year and are no longer restricted to Christmas season-related goods.

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South Korea's population are 30 percent Christian and Christmas season is a Public Holiday.

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Singapore widely celebrates Christmas season which is a Public Holiday in this country.

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Since that, National Christmas season Celebration has been held every year, except in 2004, which was canceled as a condolence for the victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami, and in 2018, which was canceled as a condolence for the victims of the 2018 Sunda Strait tsunami.

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Until 2013, National Christmas season Celebration was always held in Jakarta, the most common used venue was Jakarta Convention Center.

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Christmas season has been celebrated since at least the 4th century AD, the first known usage of any Christmas season greeting dates was in 1534.

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Also in 1843, Charles Dickens' A Christmas season Carol was published, during the mid Victorian revival of the holiday.

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The phrase has been used as a Christmas season greeting in the United States for more than 100 years.

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Several White House Christmas cards, including US President Dwight D Eisenhower's 1955 card, have featured the phrase.

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However, in the event of an exceptionally long cold Christmas season, it is industrial users, signed on to interruptible supply contracts, who would find themselves without gas supply.

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US Fire Administration states that the Christmas and holiday season is "a time of elevated risk for winter heating fires" and that the fact that many people celebrate the different holidays during the Christmas and holiday season by decorating their homes with seasonal garlands, electric lights, candles, and banners, has the potential to change the profile of fire incidence and cause.

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