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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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the ninth month of the calendar year. It is 30 days long. In ancient Rome and Old Rus’, September initially was the seventh month of the year. It was the first month of the year in the Russian state from the 15th to the 18th century.

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On the 19th of September, they rose at early dawn; some began to prepare breakfast, and others to arrange the packs preparatory to a march.
Birds do not often sing in September, but one sang sweetly from some hidden bough while Gilbert and Anne repeated their deathless vows.
At length, on the 19th of September, he reached the upper waters of Salmon River.
After this, he proceeded down the river, about five miles below the forks, when he came to a halt on the 26th of September, to establish his winter quarters.
On the 5th of September she had sufficiently recovered to be able to leave the hotel.
Arnold would in all probability receive the telegram at Baden, on the next day, September the seventeenth.
Between the seventeenth and the twentieth of September Geoffrey Delamayn had left Swanhaven, on the way to his new training quarters in the neighborhood in which the Foot-Race at Fulham was to be run.
On September twelfth the party scaled a line of sandstone cliffs which crossed their route toward the south; but they crossed them only after an encounter with the tribe that inhabited the numerous caves which pitted the face of the escarpment.
As on the night of September ninth the first warning came from the sentinel standing guard over his sleeping companions.