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Wednesday Word: Sesquicentennial

Sesquicentennial - noun or adjective. Pronounced ses-kwi-sen-ten-ee-uh-l.

As the new year emerges, a sesquicentennial celebration may be planned - that is, the celebrating or celebration of a 150 year milestone. For example, last year was Canada's sesquicentennial.
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