97 Anagram Crosswords

There are two halves to this type of puzzle, with each half consisting of a series of words of increasing length. Each word is an anagram of the previous smaller word plus one additional letter. For example:-
IN   NIB   BINS   BINDS   SINBAD   DISBAND   SIDEBAND etc
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Help Beethoven use these clues below to decipher these popular Christmas/Holiday tunes.
Example: A Triad of Monarchs
Answer: We Three Kings

1. Shiny grey chimes
2. Cherubim from areas of splendor
3. O petite metropolis where Jesus was born
4. The infant Saint Nick
5. It occurred on the bewitching hour
6. Chant we now of Jesus's birthday!
7. One little newborn
8. Seraphim we have perceived on elevation 
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Where does the tradition of kissing under mistletoe come from?

1. In medieval Romania, when Christmas trees were unavailable, people started using mistletoe instead
2. It started at the turn of the 20th Century when mistletoe became plentiful in the United States
3. It was first mentioned in "'Twas the Night Before Christmas" 
4. Most believe it originated from Norse Mythology 
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Traditionally, the Christmas tree was not put up until 24th December, Christmas Eve, and it was taken down on 6th January, 12th Night. The Germans used to put their tree up on Christmas Eve and take it down on 1st January, once the New Year celebrations were over. However, modern commercialism dictates that a lot of trees now go up as early as the first or second week in December. This has been made possible by the fact that a lot of people use artificial trees - to bring a real fir or pine tree indoors that early would result in falling needles.....
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