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Bon

Cape. a peninsula of NE Tunisia

bon

(language)
(From "Bonnie", Ken Thompson's wife) A language designed by Ken Thompson and later revised by him to produce B.

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On Thursday, roads around the Britannia Bridge, the main link between the mainland and Anglesey were gridlocked as nearly 10,000 Camping and Caravanning Club members tried to reach the Faenol estate on the outskirts of Bangor for the start of the National Feast of Lanterns.
The Obon Festival, or the Feast of Lanterns, is one of the major Buddhist observances in Japanese culture and is intended to be a time to honor the deceased with food and dancing, and to remember the importance of charitable giving.
Roads around the Britannia Bridge were gridlocked on Thursday as around 10,000 Camping and Caravanning Club members descended on the Faenol Estate, near Caernarfon, for the start of the National Feast of Lanterns.