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Fairs & Festivals:Types of Christmas Trees
2007-12-17
Name: Editor Is a tree part of your Christmas decorations? Do you have an artificial tree or a naturally growing one? What do you think of the trend of having decorated trees readily available?
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2007-12-17
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Name: Wendy
Subject:  Christmas spirit
A tree is part of the decorations. I don' t personally care for trees, which come pre-decorated. They is a certain joy in decorating a Christmas tree yourself. Every year, we decorate the Christmas tree. We enjoy this activity a lot and there are so many occasions when we have bonded together as a family.
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2007-12-17
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Name: Meena
Subject:  non recyclable
Are you certain that artificial trees cannot be recycled? If that is the case, why are these trees still being manufactured, marketed and sold to people? There should be some kind of check to ensure that the environment does not continue to get polluted.
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2007-12-17
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Name: Vijay
Subject:  artificial?
Are all the trees we see in India artificial? During Christmas time I take my family to see all the nice Christmas trees in the shops. The trees look very lifelike and it is hard to believe that is not real. My children enjoy seeing all the different decorations that are put on these trees.
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