July 23

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July 23


Baekjung (15th day of the seventh lunar month) Jul 23, 2021

Baths of Caracalla (First week in July to second week in August)

Chilseog (Seventh day of the seventh lunar month) Jul 23, 2023

Dog Days (July 3-August 11)

'Ksan Celebrations (Friday evenings in July and August) Jul 23, 2021

La Guelaguetza (Two consecutive Mondays after July 16)

Nomaoi Matsuri (July 23-25)

Osorezan Taisai (July 20-24)

Warei Taisai (July 22-24)

Wild Horse Festival (July 22-25)

Legal Holidays by Countries

Remembrance DayPapua New Guinea
Renaissance DayOman
Revolution DayEgypt
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Chubb therefore is canceling its conference call to discuss second quarter 2015 financial results that had been scheduled for Thursday, July 23, 2015 at 5:00 p.
In a gentler way, but not necessarily less dangerous, the July 23 regime in Egypt is saying that it is not willing to accept the change brought about by the January 2011 revolution.
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Muscat: Oman has declared a holiday for the public as well as private sector on July 23 to mark the country's Renaissance Day.
Saturday, July 23, 2011, Memorial Mass at the Mary Chapel [lower level of St.
The week of events - between Saturday, July 23, and Sunday, July 31 - aim to encourage support and investment in parks and green spaces.
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The exhibition and street fair will follow on Saturday, July 23, along West 135th Street (between Fifth Avenue and Adam Clayton Powell Jr.
On September 10, 1999, Tax Executives Institute submitted the following comments to Minister of Finance Paul Martin concerning the Department of Finance's July 23 announcement of retroactive legislation "clarifying" the tax treatment of resource expenditures.
It is much easier and faster to get projects started when open-source tools are available," says Michael Uschold, a senior researcher at Boeing, who will deliver the conference's keynote address on July 23.