August 17


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August 17

Holidays




Crow Fair (Third weekend in August) Aug 17, 2013; Aug 17, 2014; Aug 17, 2019




Gabon Independence Day (August 16-18)




'Ksan Celebrations (Friday evenings in July and August) Aug 17, 2012; Aug 17, 2018






Woodward Dream Cruise (Third Saturday in August) Aug 17, 2013; Aug 17, 2019

Legal Holidays by Countries

Independence DayIndonesia
San Martin DayArgentina

Legal Holidays in United States

Statehood DayHawaii
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15 per share payable September 15, 2015, to shareholders of record at the close of business on August 17, 2015.
AMI) today announced that it will hold an earnings conference call on August 17, 2015 at 3:30 p.
The decision said that new academic year will begin on Sunday, August 17, 2014 and would end on June 25, 2015.
4 per cent of services operated by Virgin Trains on the West Coast were on time in the 12 months ending August 17 2013, according to "right-time" statistics from Network Rail.
Summary: Axis Bank, India's third largest private sector Bank, announced an increase in the interest rates on Foreign Currency Non Resident deposits of tenures over three years by one per cent, with effect from August 17.
The KESC has announced that effective August 17, all of its residential, commercial and industrial customers will be subject to increased power outages duration of 10 to 13 hours.
NATHAN CLEVERLY will make his sixth world title defence at Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena on August 17, but the identity of his opponent remains up in the air.
PORTEOUS - BRIDGET August 17, 2012, Aged 95 years Died peacefully in hospital 17.
The State Property Management Fund hosted a meeting of the interdepartmental commission for the auction on privatization of 75% government stake in the Kyrgyz Mobile Company on August 17.
Saltburn's official 150th birthday Wednesday, August 17 A special carriage full of dignitaries will arrive at the train station at 10.
SAKARYA, Aug 17, 2010 (TUR) -- Memorial services were held in Adapazari, Golcuk, Yalova and Kocaeli on Tuesday to remember those who lost lives and were injured in the August 17 earthquake of 1999.
11 years have passed since the deadly earthquake of August 17, 1999 in Turkey.