First Notice Day

Business / Finance / First Notice Day: A type of mortgage that through a lien gives precedence to the lender of the first mortgage over all other lenders in case of default.

Other Words for Day

Day Noun Synonyms: time, hour, age, period, era, epoch, date, prime, heyday, lifetime
Day Verb Synonyms: daytime, daylight, broad daylight, light of day
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Other Words for First

First Adjective Synonyms: fundamental, elementary, basic, primary, cardinal, key, essential
First Adverb Synonyms: foremost, leading, chief, head, premier, prime, primary, principal, pre-eminent
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Other Words for Notice

Notice Verb Synonyms: attention, awareness, consciousness, perception, observation, cognizance
Notice Noun Synonyms: note, take or make note (of), take notice (of), pay or give attention to, attend (to), heed, take heed (of), give heed to, mark, remark, mind, observe, perceive, see
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Mothers Day

Life Style / Holiday / Mothers Day: Mother's Day is a little over 100 years old. It started after the American Civil War in the early 1860s, when Julia Ward Howe launched a Mother's Day for Peace. The first Mother's Day for peace was he MORE

Midsummers Day-Eve

Life Style / Holiday / Midsummers Day-Eve: Midsummer's Eve - the night before Midsummer's Day is a time for fairies and magic according to old European traditions. It is also a time for telling the future and for discovering your true love. Mi MORE

Moving Day

Entertainment / Golf / Moving Day: Saturday of a tournament taking place thursday through sunday, refers to the fact that it is common for a field of professional golfers to go through a substantial reshuffling in the standings once th MORE

National Grandparents Day

Life Style / Holiday / National Grandparents Day: The first Sunday after Labor Day has been declared National Grandparents Day in the United States. The proclamation for the holiday was signed by President Jimmy Carter in 1978. The September date was MORE

New Years Day

Life Style / Holiday / New Years Day: The tradition of ringing in the new year began from the Roman God Janus, who had two faces - one for looking forward the other for looking backward. Julius Caesar, the Roman emperor, decided that the MORE

Memorial Day

Life Style / Holiday / Memorial Day: Memorial Day began in the United States on May 30, 1868, after the Civil War had ended. Flowers were put on the graves of both sides, in order to help heal the nation. It was later expanded to include MORE

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