housewarming (party)

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housewarming (party)

A party thrown to celebrate when someone moves into a new apartment, flat, or house. We're having a little housewarming next week to get to know our neighbors and feel a bit more at home here. Are you going to the neighbor's housewarming party? I think it will be a nice way to welcome them to the neighborhood.
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If that were to be the case then I would definitely have the lads round for a house-warming.
Blender: This was a house-warming gift from a friend.
Amateur footballer Mike Payne was fed up with the Fab Four's greatest hits being blasted from his new neighbour's house-warming party.
A house-warming barbecue at his bungalow in Chapel Lands, Alnwick, featured in the documentary.
The troubled child with the frightening look in her eyes managed to wreck Kevin and Alison's house-warming party.
com has continued to add to our ever-increasing variety of products from house-warming presents to new baby baskets and corporate gifts.
And can we please come to the house-warming party, Sadie?
Charlotte church yesterday began moving into her new home - and warned neighbours in a middle-class suburb that she's planning a massive house-warming party.
The Bowey Homes team are marking the launch of their latest showhome by inviting families to join them at the Bramble View development in Stanley between 2pm and 5pm today for a festive, house-warming get-together and get a feel for what life would be like at Bramble View.
When Ferguson got wind that Sharpe was having a house-warming party, he turned up unannounced and told everyone to go home.
EASTENDER Tamzin Outhwaite got an unwelcome house-warming present yesterday - a pounds 60 parking ticket.
After finishing their second album, Roller-coaster, they moved into new flats and had a house-warming.
Housing is not a huge part of GDP, but it is associated with lots of consumer spending--furniture, soft goods, remodeling, house-warming parties, garden tools, and so on.
The pair have bought a house in Hamsterley Mill, near Rowlands Gill, and this week held a Hawaiian-themed house-warming for family, friends, and fellow cast members.
It was also the birthplace of a Welsh institution, the Eisteddfod, which Lord Rhys ap Gruffydd established in 1176 as part of a huge medieval house-warming party.