November 5

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November 5

Holidays



Election Day (Tuesday following the first Monday in November) Nov 5, 2013; Nov 5, 2019
Celebrated in: Timor-Leste


First Monday Trade Days (Thursday through Sunday before first Monday of each month) Nov 5, 2011; Nov 5, 2016; Nov 5, 2017; Nov 5, 2021; Nov 5, 2022; Nov 5, 2023


Melbourne Cup Day (First Tuesday in November) Nov 5, 2013; Nov 5, 2019
Celebrated in: Australia

New York City Marathon (First Sunday in November) Nov 5, 2017; Nov 5, 2023

Plebeian Games (November 4-17)


Legal Holidays by Countries

All Saints' DayFinland
Melbourne Cup DayAustralia
Thanksgiving DayLiberia

Legal Holidays in United States

General Election DayIndiana, Montana, Puerto Rico
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Remember remember the 5th of November, as on this date next year, the first 787 flight to Thailand will jet off to the 'land of smiles' from London Gatwick.
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With the wrap up of the nominations phase, Abdulla Majid Al Ali said 'a series of meetings will be held for the reading panel, starting 5th of November.
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As early as 1607 there are records of bonfire celebrations on the 5th of November,'' she said.
St Antony's College, Oxford isdelighted to be hosting the inauguralSheikh Zayed Book Award Lecture at 5pm on the 5th of November.
To say that the 5th of November 2008 was an historic day would be a gross understatement as Obama became the first African-American leader of the world's largest economy.
Please to remember, the 5th of November, gunpowder, treason and plot.
And you're sure to remember, remember the 5th of November when you see a graphic re-enactment of the true story behind the Guy Fawkes plot.
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The 11 most promising and astute technological innovations of the year were rewarded on Monday, the 5th of November, at the SESAMES Awards.