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September 10


Bosra Festival (September 1-10)

Festa da Serreta (September 8-15)

Grandparents' Day (September, first Sunday after Labor Day) Sep 10, 2017; Sep 10, 2023

National Bilby Day (Second Sunday of September) Sep 10, 2017; Sep 10, 2023

Roman Games (September 4-19)

Legal Holidays by Countries

Gibraltar National DayGibraltar
National DayBelize
Holidays, Festivals, and Celebrations of the World Dictionary, Fourth Edition. © 2010 by Omnigraphics, Inc.
References in classic literature ?
10 September.--I was conscious of the Professor's hand on my head, and started awake all in a second.
[2.] Angier, Tom, European social democracy is in danger of terminal decline unless it can reengage luith its core values, [ 2015/01/30/european-social-democracy-is-in-danger-of-terminal-declineunless-it-can-reengage-with-its-core-values/1, 10 September 2016.
10 September 2014 - UK telecom services provider Daisy Group Plc (LON:DAY) has extended the deadline in which a consortium of potential buyers has to either announce a firm intention to purchase Daisy or definitively drop such plans to 22 September.
The redemption involves Fannie Mae's USD25m 5.250% MTNR due 10 March 2023, USD15m 5.250% MTNR due 10 March 2023, USD75m 2.000% MTN due 10 June 2013, USD75m 2.650% MTN due 10 September 2014 and USD100m 0.400% MTN maturing 10 September 2012.
Global Banking News - 10 September 2009(c)2005 - Electronic News Publishing -
International Resource News - 10 September 2009(c)2005 - Electronic News Publishing -
10 September 2009 - Norwegian company Birdstep Technology ASA (OSL:BIRD) said today that 191,125 new customers activated their USB modems with its EasyConnect software in August 2009, up from 86,166 in the same month last year.
10 September 2009 - Swedish business software developer Industrial & Financial Systems, IFS AB (STO: IFS B), said today it will deliver its IFS Applications solution to Swiss-based cable and pipe company Maillefer SA in a deal, worth SEK13m.
Auto Business News - 10 September 2009(c)2005 - Electronic News Publishing -
These very large questions are addressed with very quiet rhetoric in the current exhibition at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal, which runs until 10 September. Its elegant premise is that we have come to rely too much on our eyes as a tool for understanding the urban environment; the exhibition advances the marginal players as the best witnesses of our collective experience--the deaf, the blind, the people who only go out at night.