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bunny

delivers chocolates, etc., to children. [Western Folklore: Jobes, 487]
See: Easter
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One of the most populat theories says the association of bunnies with Easter dates back to the 5th century as Ostara, an Anglo-Saxon goddess of spring, was always accompanied by a rabbit symbolizing fertility every Ostara festival, a celebration held at the beginning spring, History reported.
These bunnies have their own room, Christmas tree (with carrot topper), colorful fleece holiday blankets and photo sitting at the mall with Santa -- which of course will become a picture framed and displayed in the couple's cozy and immaculate home.
So, don't forget to get your copy of tomorrow's South Wales Echo for more of your cute photos and to find out who has been picked as our Easter Bunnies 2014 winners.
For a seated meal, add small bunnies holding place cards and menu cards for each guest.
And Now Ruz is the ultimate spring rite, so the inclusion of bunnies makes some sense.
As the bunny gazes at his watch, we find out that it has been long enough to watch paint dry, learn to play an accordion solo or gather dust bunnies that look like Uncle Vinnie.
The rabbits will be rampant next spring as Cadbury and Mars make the Caramel and Malteaster bunnies a more significant part of their Easter "novelty" chocolates fixture.
Then I gave him the second one on Easter and before you know it, they were multiplying like bunnies.
Greengrove, the teacher, takes both bunnies away from the girls.
Nothing Mr WabbitC*uh I mean Bugs I was inspired to sing about bunnies after watching a re-enactment of the Highlander by Bunnies at www.
The new collection of bunnies includes a 4ins beanie, a 7ins bunny packaged in a gift box, and including accessories such as birthday cakes and candles, and two different 10ins bunnies.