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in chronology, the conventional period of a lunation, i.e., passage of the moon through all its phases. It is usually computed at approximately 29 or 30 days. For the computation of the month and its harmony with the solar calendar and for the months in others than the
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Americans' reports of being sick with a cold, however, remain high compared with previous Januaries.
Other times, hitchhiking swarms have been spotted and destroyed, as happened several Januaries ago when an AHB swarm traveled in oil-rigging pipes on board a ship from South America and then by truck to Maine, where the winter weather did most of them in.
And do not let me leave without bringing Decembers, without leaving Januaries.
Sixty-four Januaries ago Franklin Roosevelt addressed Congress at, he said, a time of "unprecedented" threat to the United States.
The England boss convinced the Premiership chairmen that such a mid-term break was essential to keep his troops fresh for future international tournaments - the implication presumably being that if only they had been able to soak up a week's worth of sun-bed rays two Januaries ago they would probably have whupped Brazil and carried on to claim the World Cup.
The first measurable rain of the year could hit Southern California tonight after one of the driest Januaries since record-keeping began.
Over the course of the forty Januaries, 2,034 measurable hourly rainfall observations were made at Lake Charles (Table 1).
That was the initial response of Januaries Mbindio, credit development facilitator for World Vision Kenya.