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And kept on celebrating, even after a man had died. Women’s and children’s birthdays were considered too unimportant to observe. • The Greeks also introduced the birthday cake (which they got from the Persians) and birthday candles (which may have been used to honor Artemis, goddess of the moon, because they symbolized moonlight). • It wasn’t until the Middle Ages that German peasants became the first to celebrate the birthdays of everyone in the family. Children’s birthday celebrations were especially important.
Called kinderfestes, they were the forerunner to our toddler birthday parties. which means it’s time to write the introduction. In a few weeks, this Bathroom Reader will start rolling into homes all over North America—thanks to an incredibly dedicated BRI staff, our distributors, and the printers who accommodate our insane schedules. ) You’d think that with a whole year to work on this edition, we’d be taking it easy by now. But no, Uncle John does everything (and we mean everything) at the last minute.
In time, it came to mean what ‘quiz’ means today—a question asked of a person in order to learn the extent of his knowledge. Truth or Legend? No one knows. The tale has never been authenticated, and as far as most lexicographers are concerned, the definitive origin of the word quiz is still unknown. THE FIRST MOVIE? The Wager: In 1872, Leland Stanford, former governor of California, railroad tycoon, and dabbler in horses, bet newspaperman Frederick MacCrellish’that for a fraction of a second, a trotter has all four feet off the ground simultaneously.
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