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The sheriff of tumbleweed town.


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comment Term for the category which contains Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, etc?
@WS2- with respect to the hijacked druidic traditions, etc. sure, it's a shame what commercialization does. I'm just looking for language to categorize a group of clip art- so sadly effective communication to the average American user is the goal, not 100% historical accuracy :)
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comment Term for the category which contains Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, etc?
Agree with @WS2 re: the connotations of 'Mascot'. How about 'Holiday Heroes'?
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comment Term for the category which contains Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, etc?
I'm looking for something less broad- Fairytale characters includes the Big Bad Wolf et al.
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comment Can you 'agree' with something in varying degrees?
jwpat - I've used some of the other SE sites quite a bit but am pretty new to this community. I'd love any pointers on how to ask better questions :)
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answered Word for someone who loves to create and organise noisy, lively, chaotic events
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