- archaic term for Twelfth Night
- ‘On this day in 1508, the Duke of Buckingham gave a feast for 460 guests to celebrate the Twelfth Day of Christmas.’
- ‘In Christian history, it is believed that January 6th marks the Twelfth Day of Christmas; twelve days following the birth of Jesus Christ.’
- ‘The Assembly Member congratulated District No 5 and Tobermore District No 11 on hosting ‘excellent family orientated Twelfth Day celebrations.’’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.