The Twelfth Day of Christmas photo will be up on Christmas morning, a gift to everyone from folks who really know how to Ho!
The solemn ceremony of wedlock will be on the Twelfth Day from now, O Tezcat.'
They followed him, and on Twelfth Day laid the charter before him.
In that solitary cabin, on this desolate spot, the illustrious Abraham Lincoln was born on the Twelfth Day of February, 1809.
The Twelfth Day since their return was a dark one for everybody.
In the evening of the Twelfth Day after leaving the Limpopo, they reached a small river, which Macora called the Luize.
He's only a boy—he won't be twenty-one till the Twelfth Day of next April.
On the Twelfth Day Dehns was better, and they made an expedition to attempt to recover the lost ski, but in vain.
It is noticed most frequently about the Twelfth Day after operation.
On the Twelfth Day, at the dawn of morning, she emerged from beneath the waves, and went up to Olympus.