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  112th AALS Annual Meeting
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Thousands of law faculty, deans, administrators, and scholars will gather in San Diego from January 3-6, 2018 for the 112th AALS Annual Meeting. Under the theme of “Access to Justice,” the meeting serves as an opportunity to connect and collaborate with colleagues, discuss critical and emerging legal issues, and attend programs focused on fresh perspectives on law and legal education. The 112th AALS Annual Meeting will feature over 250 Sessions, 900 Moderators, Speakers and Discussion Leaders and 50 Networking Events. For more information or to register, please visit https://www.aals.org/am2018/

Armenian Christmas
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National Holiday

Christmas Eve and Day - Rastafarian Christian
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Christmas Eve - Rastafarian Christian

Dia de los Reyes
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Mexico's version of Epiphany. Celebrates the Three Wise Men and the gifts they gave to Jesus Christ.


Epiphany
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Christian commemoration of the emanifestations of the divine nature of Jesus Christ. The homage of the magi to the infant Jesus is honored by some. For others the Baptism of Jesus is the remembered event. A season of the Christian year from the close of Christmas to the beginning of Lent.


Epiphany - Christian
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Christian commemoration of the manifestations of the devine nature of Jesus Christ. The homage of the magi to the infant Jesus is honored by some. For others the Baptism of Jesus is the remembered event. A season of the Christian year from the close of Christmas to the beginning of Lent.

Feast of the Theopany
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Orthodox Christian Feast to recall the revelation of the Holy Trinity in the baptism of the Lord.


Feast of Theophany - Orthodox Christian
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Orthodox Christian celebration of Baptism of Jesus, at which time the Trinity was revealed to the world.

Nativity of Christ
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The celebration of the feast of the Nativity of Christ in the Orthodox Church is patterned after the celebration of the feast of the Lord’s Resurrection. A fast of forty days precedes the feast, with special preparatory days announcing the approaching birth of the Saviour.


The Day of the Kings (El Dia de los Reyes)
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The day when a group of Kings or Magi, as related in the second chapter of the gospel of Matthew, arrived to worship and bring three gifts to the baby Jesus after following a star in the heavens.

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