October 19

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October 19


Bridge Day (Third Saturday in October) Oct 19, 2013; Oct 19, 2019

Festa da Luz (Two weeks beginning the second Sunday in October)

Kawagoe Matsuri (Every two years on October 14-15) Oct 19, 2013; Oct 19, 2014; Oct 19, 2019

Moore Days (Third weekend in October) Oct 19, 2013; Oct 19, 2014; Oct 19, 2019

Se–or de los Milagros (October 18-28)

Sweetest Day (Third Saturday in October) Oct 19, 2013; Oct 19, 2019

Legal Holidays by Countries

Mother Teresa DayAlbania
National Heroes' DayJamaica
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Funeral Service at West Road Crematorium on Monday 19th October at 2.
The funeral service will be held on Monday 19th October at Earlsdon Methodist Church, Coventry at 11.
Government has made the following changes in indirect tax rates, effective from today, that is 19th October, 2015:
Funeral service to be held at Elm Hall Drive, Methodist Church on Monday 19th October at 11.
On 19th October, aged 76 years, Arthur, beloved husband of Cath, much loved dad of Kevin, Michelle, Tanya and Wendy, father-in-law of Jackie, Brian, Ged and Paul, a dearly loved granda, loved brother of Derek and Lucy.
GRIFFITHS Doris Lilian Passed away peacefully on 19th October at Solihull Hospital aged 91 years.
For those who selected the re-investment option, the dividends will be reinvested on 19th October , 2015 and for those who have selected the cash payout option, the proceeds will be credited into their NBAD bank account by the 20th October , 2015.
Tickets are valid for single use from the 19th October - 3rd November 2013.
Departs from Newcastle on 28th September, 5th, 12th, 19th October 2013 for PS429 per person based on two sharing.
Meanwhile, Lebanese opposition MPs said they had received sms threats sent from a Syrian number before and after the assassination on 19th October.
The 10-day timer is counting down to 19th October, fuelling speculation that the girls will appear together on BBC One's dance show 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
4 per cent drop, to a general fall in sales, in a statement released on 19th October