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The calendar year just begun or about to begin,
  1. The calendar year just begun or about to begin
    • - we're looking ahead to a profitable start to the new year
    • - Happy New Year!
  2. The first few days or weeks of a year
    • - interest rates may climb in the new year
  3. The period immediately before and after December 31
    • - the facilities are closed over Christmas and New Year

  1. the calendar year just begun
  2. The New Year is the day that marks the beginning of a new calendar year, and is the day on which the year count of the specific calendar used is incremented. The Roman new year is on March 1. In many cultures, the event is celebrated in some manner.
  3. New Year is an opera in three acts by composer Michael Tippett, who wrote his own libretto. It was first performed by Houston Grand Opera on 27 October 1989, in a production by Peter Hall.
  4. Six By Seven (also written as SIX.BY SEVEN or seven or six.byseven) are a Nottingham-based rock band who consist of Chris Olley on vocals and guitars, James Flower on keyboards, Sam Hempton on guitar and Christian Davis on drums. ...
  5. "New Year" is a pop song performed by English girl group the Sugababes. It was written by Sugababes members Siobhán Donaghy, Mutya Buena and Keisha Buchanan; as well as Jony Lipsey, Cameron McVey, Felix Howard, Matt Rowe and Paul Simm for their debut studio album One Touch. ...
  6. "The New Year" is a song by alternative rock band Death Cab for Cutie released as the first single from Transatlanticism.
  7. The first few days of a calendar year; In particular, January 1 in the Julian and Gregorian calendar and the days following
  8. (New Years) has a 2 night minimum stay if Christmas is booked already. Please call us.
  9. To dream of the new year, signifies prosperity and connubial anticipations. If you contemplate the new year in weariness, engagement will be entered into inauspiciously.
  10. or Rosh Ha-Shanah (literally, beginning of the year), is celebrated with the sounding of the shofar , a hollowed ram's horn. It marks the beginning of a ten-day period known as "Days of Awe" and "Ten Days of Repentance" ending on Yom Kippur . ...
  11. the start of a year; the period just before and after 1 January
  12. Of all the holidays in Japan, New Year's is by far the most elaborate. It is celebrated on 1 January of the Western calendar, and most stores and offices are closed until 3 January. Special trains run all night shuttling people to major Shinto shrines, where they pray for a good year. ...
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