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[kur-mis] /ˈkɜr mɪs/

(in the Low Countries) a local, annual outdoor fair or festival.
a similar entertainment, usually for charitable purposes.
(formerly, esp in Holland and Northern Germany) an annual country festival or carnival
(US & Canadian) a similar event, esp one held to collect money for charity


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