March 16

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March 16

Holidays


Birthday of the Goddess of Mercy (March-April, 19th day of third lunar month; October-November, 19th day of 10th lunar month) Mar 16, 2017

Canberra Day (Third Monday in March) Mar 16, 2015; Mar 16, 2020



Kiplingcotes Derby (Third Thursday in March) Mar 16, 2017; Mar 16, 2023



St. Joseph's Day (March 12-19)
Celebrated in: Colombia

Legal Holidays by Countries

St. Patrick's DayNorthern Ireland
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Dr Fowzia wondered why is it she is almost home and then not received just like 16th March? She was almost home.
The BISE had postponed the first three papers of SSC examination 2019 for all private and regular students in 22 centers including 5 female and 17 male examination centers of the Galyat those were hit by the heavy snowfall from 14th to 16th March.
Bets must be placed before 3.35pm on Saturday 16th March.
A Peshawar Anti-Terrorism Court is due to give its decision on the 16th March against four persons accused of inciting murder and causing the lynching of Mashal Khan.
If you're visiting Liverpool before 16th March, there's an exhibition at Rathbone Ceramic Studio and Gallery looking at historical photographs of the Welsh Community in Liverpool.
Their enquiry officers plan to visit unlicensed pubs throughout this year's tournament, which runs until the 16th March.
ON FRIDAY 16TH MARCH some of the children had to enter the dreaded Dragon's Den and face the fearsome dragons: Mrs Nealings and Mrs Higgins!
EVANS SHEILA (Nee Johnstone) (Bedlington Station) Peacefully on 16th March aged 84 years.
While everyone celebrated World Sleep Day on 16th March, Peps rightly hosted this fun event the day after that embodied the brand philosophy of being fresh, kinetic, energetic and optimistic.
Later, ALYSJ finished third following an easy 3-0 win over Al Asmakh in the play-off held on 16th March, with Eric Boateng, Vincent Nortey and Ezequiel Kouku scoring the goals.
Colombo, March 18 -- In a Letter to the Editor dated 16th March, Asoka Weerasinghe from Ottawa, Canada writes, The four-foot white Buddha statue sitting on a four-foot pedestal had been decapitated and the head was broken to pieces and strewn on the carpet of snow.