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gotcha day

gotcha day
 n.— «We’ve been a family exactly five years, yesterday being the fifth anniversary of the Daughter’s arrival, her—our—Gotcha Day.» —“Gotcha Day” by Liz Aurbach Christian Science Monitor (Boston, Mass.) May 7, 1987. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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