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Subject: Re: Holiday Song Word Game
From: "Heran, Anna (heranak)" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Records Management Program <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 23 Oct 2003 13:34:55 -0400
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1 - Oh Come All Ye Faithful (I confess, I had to ask someone else to read
this with me before I got it)
2 - Hark the Herald Angels Sing
3 - Silent Night
4 - Joy to the World
5 - Deck the Halls
6 - Angels We Have Heard On High
7 - It Came Upon a Midnight Clear
8 - The First Noel
9 - Oh Little Town of Bethlehem
10 - Little Drummer Boy
11 - God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
12 - Joy to the World (?)
13 - Frosty the Snowman
14 - Santa Claus is Coming to Town
15 - I'm Dreaming of a While Christmas
16 and 17 just plain stumped me
18 - We Three Kings of Orient Are
19 - Silver Bells
20 - Away in a Manger
21 - Go Tell It On the Mountain
22 - Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

-----Original Message-----
From: Gervais, John [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Thursday, October 23, 2003 1:15 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Holiday Song Word Game


I got these ones I think?

2. Hark the Herald Angels Sing
5. Deck the Halls

John A. Gervais
Program Manager
Policy and Communications Section
Strategic Planning and Communications Division
Information Management Directorate
Canada Customs and Revenue Agency
25 Nicolas Street, 16th Floor
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1A 0L5

' 1-613-957-6621

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-----Original Message-----
From: Sharon Blackstock [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: October 23, 2003 12:48 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Holiday Song Word Game


Greetings to other RMs who are at the office this week instead of running
the Boston marathon.  In the spirit of let's talk about something else,
here's a holiday game.  Answers shown below.



Sharon G. Blackstock, CRM
Central Records Administrator
Lakewood City Clerk's Office
480 South Allison Parkway
Lakewood CO 80226-3127
303-987-7091 (office)
303-987-7088 (fax)
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www.lakewood.org <http://www.lakewood.org>





NAME THAT TUNE...

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1.                  Move hitherward the entire assembly of those who are
loyal in their belief.

2.                  Listen, the celestial messengers produce harmonious
sounds.

3.                  Nocturnal time span of unbroken quietness

4.                  An emotion excited by the acquisition or expectation of
good given to the terrestrial sphere.

5.                  Embellish the interior passageways.

6.                  Exalted heavenly beings to whom harkened.

7.                  Twelve o'clock on a clement night witnessed its arrival.

8.                  The Christmas preceding all others.

9.                  Small municipality in Judea southeast of Jerusalem.

10.             Diminutive masculine master, of skin-covered percussionistic
cylinders.

11.             Omnipotent supreme being who elicits respite to ecstatic
distinguished males.

12.             Tranquility upon the terrestrial sphere.

13.             Obese personification fabricated of compressed mounds of
minute crystals.

14.             Expectation of arrival to populated area by mythical,
masculine perennial gift-giver.

15.             Natal Celebration devoid of color, rather albino, as a
hallucinatory phenomenon for me.

16.             In awe of the nocturnal time span characterized by
religiosity.

17.             Geographic state of fantasy during the season of Mother
Nature's dormancy.

18.             The first person nominative plural of a triumvirate of fear
eastern heads of state.

19.             Tintinnabulation of vacillating pendulums in inverted,
metallic, resonant cups.

20.             In a distant location the existence of an improvised unit of
newborn children's slumber furniture.

21.             Proceed forth declaring upon a specific geological alpine
formation.

22.             Jovial yuletide desired for the second person singular or
plural by us.





NAME THAT TUNE...FOLLOWED BY ANSWERS



1.                  Move hitherward the entire assembly of those who are
loyal in their belief.

(O Come All Ye Faithful)

2.                  Listen, the celestial messengers produce harmonious
sounds.

(Hark the Herald Angels Sing)

3.                  Nocturnal time span of unbroken quietness

(Silent Night)

4.                  An emotion excited by the acquisition or expectation of
good given to the terrestrial sphere.

(Joy to the World)

5.                  Embellish the interior passageways.

(Deck the Halls)

6.                  Exalted heavenly beings to whom harkened.

(Angels We Have Heard on High)

7.                  Twelve o'clock on a clement night witnessed its arrival.

(It Came Upon a Midnight Clear)

8.                  The Christmas preceding all others.

(The First Noel)

9.                  Small municipality in Judea southeast of Jerusalem.

(O Little Town of Bethlehem)

10.             Diminutive masculine master, of skin-covered percussionistic
cylinders.

(Little Drummer Boy)

11.             Omnipotent supreme being who elicits respite to ecstatic
distinguished males.

(God Bless Ye Merry Gentlemen)

12.             Tranquility upon the terrestrial sphere.

(...Peace on Earth"

13.             Obese personification fabricated of compressed mounds of
minute crystals.

(Frosty the Snowman)

14.             Expectation of arrival to populated area by mythical,
masculine perennial gift-giver.

(Santa Claus is Coming to Town)

15.             Natal Celebration devoid of color, rather albino, as a
hallucinatory phenomenon for me.

(White Christmas)

16.             In awe of the nocturnal time span characterized by
religiosity.

(O Holy Night)

17.             Geographic state of fantasy during the season of Mother
Nature's dormancy.

(Winter Wonderland)

18.             The first person nominative plural of a triumvirate of fear
eastern heads of state.

(We Three Kings)

19.             Tintinnabulation of vacillating pendulums in inverted,
metallic, resonant cups.

(Christmas Bells are Ringing)

20.             In a distant location the existence of an improvised unit of
newborn children's slumber furniture.

(Away in a Manger)

21.             Proceed forth declaring upon a specific geological alpine
formation.

(Go Tell It On The Mountain)

22.             Jovial yuletide desired for the second person singular or
plural by us.

(We Wish You a Merry Christmas)

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