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in chronology, the conventional period of a lunation, i.e., passage of the moon through all its phases. It is usually computed at approximately 29 or 30 days. For the computation of the month and its harmony with the solar calendar and for the months in others than the
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Prime Minister Gordon Brown and the party faithful will be at the International Convention Centre between Feburary 29 and March 2, marking another major coup for Brum.
Princess Anne, who opened a National Cold War Exhibition at RAF Cosford, near Wolverhampton, on Wednesday, will be at Hawthorns House, in West Bromwich, on Wednesday, Feburary 14.
Warwickshire reeled off successive 4-1 wins over Worcestershire and Staffordshire to obtain promotion to the second stage of the competition which takes place in Feburary. Hynes lost out to to Worcestershire's Luke Rawlins and Staffordshire's Chris Truswell - a Priory player who also represents Birmingham University in the National League.
Pramoedya Ananta Toer was born on Feburary 6, 1925, in the Javanese town of Blora.
Frank Cairney, 84, another key figure at the Celtic Boys' Club was jailed for four years in Feburary for abusing youngsters.
They were supplying street valium, or class-C drug Etizolam, at Laurencecroft Road in Stirling on February 24 last year to George Cowan - and attempting to pervert the course of justice by inducing a witness to make 'no comment' when giving evidence at trial at Stirling Sheriff Court on Feburary 4 this year.
The two sides exchange 10 prisoners each last November and 20 inmates each in Feburary. (end) rs.bs
Lahore: As many as 175 suspected members of 70 criminal gangs were arrested in Feburary, and more than Rs10 million (Dh265,251) recovered from them, officials in Pakistan's Lahore city say.