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March 19


Canberra Day (Third Monday in March) Mar 19, 2012; Mar 19, 2018

Kiplingcotes Derby (Third Thursday in March) Mar 19, 2015; Mar 19, 2020

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

Legal Holidays by Countries

Feast of St. JosephLiechtenstein, Malta
St. Joseph's DayColombia
St. Patrick's DayNorthern Ireland
Holidays, Festivals, and Celebrations of the World Dictionary, Fourth Edition. © 2010 by Omnigraphics, Inc.
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CCTV appeal after alcohol was stolen from the Tesco store on Eagle Street in Accrington on March 19, 2018.
A statement issued here on Thursday said that power supply would remain suspended from 132KV Peshawar Cantonment grid station on March 19 from 8am to 12am, resultantly consumers of 11 ICF, NCR, Jail Express, Old MES, Palosai-1 and MES-2 feeder would face inconvenience.
MARCH 19, 2002: Linda Razzell, 41, disappears from her home in Swindon.
| Burglars entered a property on Pymroyd an unlocked door and stole two mobile phones and foreign currency on March 19.
SAO PAULO, Jumada II 14, 1437, March 23, 2016, SPA -- The number of confirmed and suspected cases of microcephaly in Brazil associated with the Zika virus rose to 5,200 in the week through March 19, from 5,131 a week earlier, the health ministry said on Tuesday, according to Reuters.
Summary: 440 Russian travel agents arrived on Saturday, March 19, 2016 in Djerba for a 5-day "go and see visit" to finalize a contract with thirty hotels in the Djerba-Zarzis region.
FRI MARCH 18, SAT MARCH 19 OF MICE AND MEN Darlington Civic Theatre times vary, from PS17.40 , 01325 486555
IN his letter to the ECHO (March 25), Cllr Steve Munby claims that statements made in a previous letter published (March 19) regarding the Park Hill Road public open space in Dingle are untrue.
The ICE/NYMEX working week on March 27 ended with May 15 Brent settled at $56.41/b, up from $53.20 on March 19 and May 15 WTI closed at $48.87, up from $45.53/b on March 19.
I WRITE in support of Roger Bailey's comments, in respect of St George's Day (Letters, March 21) and the previous remarks on the subject from Mr Nathan-Partridge (Letters, March 19).