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October 18


Alaska Day
Celebrated in: Alaska

Azerbaijan Independence Days (May 28; October 18)

Bridge Day (Third Saturday in October) Oct 18, 2014

Festa da Luz (Two weeks beginning the second Sunday in October)

Jamaica National Heroes Day (Third Monday of October) Oct 18, 2021

Kawagoe Matsuri (Every two years on October 14-15) Oct 18, 2014; Oct 18, 2015; Oct 18, 2020

Moore Days (Third weekend in October) Oct 18, 2014; Oct 18, 2015; Oct 18, 2020

Se–or de los Milagros (October 18-28)

Sweetest Day (Third Saturday in October) Oct 18, 2014

Legal Holidays by Countries

National Heroes' DayJamaica
National Independence DayAzerbaijan

Legal Holidays in United States

Alaska DayAlaska
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Oil futures logged modest gains on 18 October after Chinese government data showed that growth in the world's second-largest economy accelerated to its fastest pace in the third quarter of the year.
The Company received notification on 19 October 2011, that following a disposal of ordinary shares in the Company on 18 October 2011, SVS Securities Plc no longer holds a declarable interest in the issued share capital.
Alaska Airlines on Wednesday said that it is inviting residents across the state to join it in celebrating Alaska Day on 18 October 2011.
Mobile operator Orange confirmed on 18 October that it had restored full service to its broadband subscribers in the UK, following a national outage problem which occurred at the start of the week.
Four Strike Fighter Squadron 41 aircrew members were killed when two F/A-18F Super Hornets suffered a mid-air collision in the southern California operating area on 18 October 2002.
Abstracts are invited for the CCL Northeast Regional Meeting to be held on 18 October 2003.
18 October, East Germany: Hard-line East German leader Erich Honecker ousted by Communist Party after reportedly ordering security forces to fire on demonstrators.
Ellsworth Kelly" is on view at the Guggenheim from 18 October to 15 January 1997, travels to LA MOCA from 16 February to 18 May 1997, and then to the Tate Gallery, Liverpool, from 12 June to 7 September 1997.
STOCKHOLM -- SCA's interim report for the period 1 January-30 September 2012 will be published on Thursday 18 October at approximately 8:00 CET.
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