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  1. "December" is a song by American alternative rock band Collective Soul, released on the band's eponymous album. Written by singer/guitarist Ed Roland, it peaked at number 20 on the Billboard Hot and number one on the Album Rock Tracks chart for nine weeks, surpassing their prior hit "Shine" by one week; it also reached number two on the Modern Rock Tracks .
  2. December promise you gave unto me December whispers of treachery December clouds are now covering me December songs no longer I sing [Overlapping:] Don't scream about Don't think aloud Turn your head now baby Just spit me out Don't worry about Don't speak of doubt Turn your head now baby Just spit me out [Overlapping:] December promise you gave.
  3. Dec 12,  · Music video by Earth, Wind & Fire performing December. (C) Sony Music Entertainment #EarthWindAndFire #December #Vevo.
  4. Define December. December synonyms, December pronunciation, December translation, English dictionary definition of December. n. The 12th month of the year in the Gregorian calendar. See Table at calendar. n the twelfth and last month of the year, consisting of 31 days n.
  5. Directed by John Ford, Gregg Toland. With Walter Huston, Harry Davenport, Dana Andrews, Paul Hurst. "Docudrama" about the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7th, and its results, the recovering of the ships, the improving of defense in Hawaii and the US efforts to beat back the Japanese reinforcements.
  6. United States December – Calendar with American holidays. Monthly calendar for the month December in year Calendars – online and print friendly – for any year and month.
  7. Jeff Marks Memorial Poetry Prize Winners. december is honored to present audio recordings from our winner and honorable mention for this year’s poetry gaidingsiratavetjuckdetabeccamo.coinfo poems are featured in [ ] Read More.
  8. Abbreviation: Dec or Dec. Origin. From Middle English decembre, from Old French decembre, from Latin december (“tenth month”), from Latin decem (“ten”), from Proto-Indo-European * dekm, ten; December was the tenth month in the Roman calendar. English Wiktionary. Available under CC-BY-SA license.

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