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Dozens and dozens and dozens observe 12-12-12 worldwide

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A shopkeeper shows a wall clock to a customer at 12 hours 12 minutes on 12-12-12 at a shop in Hyderabad, India, Dec. 12, 2012.

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People participate in a 12-12-12 ceremony with crystal skulls at Miami Circle, formerly a Tequesta Indian site, in Miami, Fla., Dec. 12, 2012.

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Brides and grooms exchange rings during a mass wedding ceremony in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Dec. 12. Twelve couples participated in the mass wedding globe to mark the once in a century date of 12-12-12.

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A pediatrician checks babies born on 12-12-12 at a hospital in Allahabad, India, Dec. 12. The day, seen as auspicious by astrologers, saw an influx of mothers to hospitals looking to give birth that day, local media reported.

From Hong Kong to Las Vegas, couples are lining up to get married, but the date is even more special for Alabama boy Kiam Moriya, who turns 12 on this 12/12/12 at exactly 12:12 p.m. He's even got the birth certificate to prove it. NBC's Natalie Morales reports.

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