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Great to Be Alive Day

Great to Be Alive Day
 n.— «Byers fractured his pelvis when a Jeep he was traveling in struck a mine. Two others in the Jeep were killed by the blast. “Every year since, I celebrate “It’s Great to be Alive Day’ on Feb. 5.”» —“Return To The Bulge Mentor-On-The-Lake Veteran To Toast History With Comrades” by Kevin Harter Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio) Dec. 5, 1994. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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