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Wassailing, Went to a local farm to do some of this.
"Wassailing," a small exasperated voice pipes in from the floor.
She wiped a glass and put it on the bar, calling across to Patrick, 'You should be here for the wassailing.
"That was some fine wassailing.
This was called Wassailing.
In January, the ancient custom of wassailing takes place in Tarring to bless the apple trees.
Resume your wassailing.'
The Wassailing Carol that was sung was:
After some post-win wassailing, Waugh retired to bed in his cricket whites, socks and baggy green. "
As a reward, they were given little gifts, a tradition called Kolyadovanie, much like the old wassailing or mummers Tradition.
The Apple Wassail is a traditional form of wassailing practiced in the cider orchards of South West England during the winter.
Wassailing was associated with rowdy bands of young men who would enter the homes of wealthy neighbours and demand free food and drink in a trick-or-treat fashion.
Wassailing performed this inversion along the axis of social class, whereas the 19th-century American version of John Canoe performed it along the axis of race.
No hunting, drinking, carousing, no wassailing, no hawking . . . It was dawning on him that the pleasures of the flesh were pretty sparse without the flesh.
Wassailing is the background practice against which an English carol such as "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" dating back to sixteenth century England, can be made sense of.
TERHUNE ORCHARDS "Wassailing the Apple Trees."
At Carhampton, near Minehead, the Apple Orchard Wassailing is held on the Old Twelfth Night (17 January) as a ritual to ask God for a good apple harvest.
TERHUNE ORCHARDS "Wassailing the Apple Trees," a traditional English celebration with music, dance, wagon rides and hot cider.
Lancashire in particular was a common location for folk songs, including 'The Lancashire Miller', 'Warrington Ale' and 'The soldier's farewell to Manchester', beside several local Wassailing songs.
Mrs Huggs had heard that wassailing was an ardent ritual, and you didn't need anyone to tell you what that meant, but she felt she'd carefully removed all those elements that would affront the refined ear.
One short phone call later and Grayer is not only dancing and singing the actual "Here we come a wassailing among the leaves so green," which is infinitely less painful, but I have been inspired with a delicious plan.
There was then a noisy procession to a local orchard where the Wassailing Carol (see below) was sung, the Wassail Queen placed slices of bread soaked in cider in the oldest tree in the orchard.
This meanwhile this good sister stood by the door and begged them at the reverence of Jesu our alther liege Lord to leave their wassailing for there was above one quick with child, a gentle dame, whose time hied fast.
Wassailing was originally probably a Roman fertility rite to praise and encourage Pomona, the goddess of fruit trees, and it is still carried out in parts of the UK on Twelfth Night to ensure a good crop of apples the following year.
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