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Saturday, January 25, 2014

Sweet Birthday Quotes

Sweet Birthday Quotes

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A birthday is a day that comes once a year when a person celebrates the anniversary of his or her birth. Birthdays are celebrated in numerous cultures, often with a gift, party, or rite of passage.
Many religions celebrate the birth of their founders with special holidays (e.g., Buddha's Birthday, Christmas).
Note the distinction between birthday and birthdate: The former occurs each year (e.g. April 12), while the latter is the exact date a person was born (e.g. April 19, 1985).
 In most legal systems, one becomes designated as an adult on a particular birthday (often between 12 and 21), and reaching age-specific milestones confers particular rights and responsibilities. At certain ages, one may become eligible to leave full-time education, or become subject to military conscription or to enlist in the military, to consent to sexual intercourse, to marry, to marry without parental consent, to vote, to run for elected office, to legally purchase (or consume) alcohol and tobacco products, to purchase lottery tickets, or to obtain a driver's license. The age of majority is the age when minors cease to legally be considered children and assume control over their persons, actions, and decisions, thereby terminating the legal control and legal responsibilities of their parents or guardian over and for them. Most countries set majority at 18.
In some historically Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox countries such as Italy, Spain, France, parts of Germany, Poland, Russia, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Greece, Lithuania, Latvia, and throughout Latin America, it is common to have a 'name day'/'Saint's day'. It is celebrated in much the same way as a birthday, but it is held on the official day of a saint with the same Christian name as the birthday person; the difference being that one may look up a person's name day in a calendar, or easily remember common name days (for example, John or Mary); however in pious traditions, the two were often made to concur by giving a newborn the name of a saint celebrated on its birthday, or possibly the name of a feast, for example, Noel or Pascal (French for Christmas and "of Easter"); as another example, Togliatti got Palmiro as his first name because he was born on Palm Sunday.
 Sweet Birthday Quotes

 Sweet Birthday Quotes

 Sweet Birthday Quotes

 Sweet Birthday Quotes

 Sweet Birthday Quotes

 Sweet Birthday Quotes

 Sweet Birthday Quotes

 Sweet Birthday Quotes

 Sweet Birthday Quotes

 Sweet Birthday Quotes