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RAINER Andrew Andy Beloved son of the late Beryl and Andy Dearly loved brother of Christine, and a much loved brother in law, special uncle, great uncle and friend Passed away unexpectedly on 17th March 2018 aged 66 years.
Taking place on 16th and 17th March in Central London, the 2 day conference will also feature speakers from leading military institutions such as NATO, US Army, Swedish Army, UK MOD, and Netherlands Army.
A 30th November B 23rd April C 17th March D 1st March QUESTION 2 - for 2 points: What is the right-hand side of a ship known as?
The theme of the august gather was Sustaining Excellence Shifting Gears' and was held in Karachi and Islamabad on 17th March and 19th March, 2015.
A total of 170 Men/Women player from all the institutions of Pakistan, participated in the Championship that started from 17th March till 21st March 2015.
on Tuesday 17th March to go to The Sikh Temple, Prospect St, Hudderseld, it will leave there at 1.45 p.m.
The awareness campaign, will run from 11 to 17th March, and will be organised under the patronage of the Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB).
This year, Global Money Week took place in the period 10th March - 17th March, in which around two million children from over 100 countries in the world participated.
Published on Tuesday, 18 March 2014 09:42 PNN The signing ceremony was held in the Representative Office of Japan to the PA in Ramallah for the project of "Rehabilitation of Water Network in Jericho", on Monday 17th March. The Representative Office of Japan to the PA said in a press release that the contract was signed by Junya Matsuura, Ambassador for the Palestinian Affairs and the Representative of Japan to the PA and Mohammad Jalayta, Mayor of Jericho Municipality.
Masquerade parties, balls and grand parades of colourful floats and groups of fancy-dressed participants, singing and dancing along the streets of Limassol will take place for ten days, culminating with the Carnival Farewell Fiesta on 17th March at the Enaerios Parking.
From the 23rd January until the 17th March, 1947, it snowed every day somewhere in the UK.