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  • 1 February 29 — in the Gregorian calendar, which is most widely used in the world today, is a date that occurs only every four years, in years evenly divisible by 4, such as 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012 or 2016 (with the exception of century years not divisible… …

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  • 2 February 31 — February 31, with regard to the modern Western (revised Gregorian) calendar, is an imaginary date. It is sometimes used for example purposes, to make it clear regardless of context that the information being presented is artificial and not real… …

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  • 3 February 14 — is internationally known as Valentine s Day, named after Saint Valentinus of Terni, in Italy, executed in 270.Events* 842 Charles the Bald and Louis the German swear the Oaths of Strasbourg in the French and German languages. * 1009 First known… …

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  • 4 February — ist der Name folgender Personen: Basil February (1944–1968), südafrikanischer Freiheitskämpfer und Apartheidgegner Tommy February, Pseudonym der japanischen Musikerin Tomoko Kawase (* 1975) Siehe auch Februar …

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  • 5 February — Feb ru*a*ry, n. [L. Februarius, orig., the month of expiation, because on the fifteenth of this month the great feast of expiation and purification was held, fr. februa, pl., the Roman festival or purification; akin to februare to purify, expiate …

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  • 6 February — late 14c., from L. februarius mensis month of purification, from februa purifications, expiatory rites (plural of februum), of unknown origin, said to be a Sabine word. The last month of the ancient (pre 450 B.C.E.) Roman calendar, so named in… …

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  • 7 February — should be pronounced with both rs fully articulated. It is now common, especially in AmE, to hear the word pronounced as if it were Febuary (and it is occasionally spelt that way too, which is a great deal worse) …

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  • 8 February — ► NOUN (pl. Februaries) ▪ the second month of the year. ORIGIN Latin februarius, from februa, the name of a purification feast held in this month …

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  • 9 February — or Feb. or F. [feb′ro͞o er΄ē, feb′yo͞o er΄ē] n. pl. Februaries or Februarys [ME Februarie < L Februarius (mensis), orig. month of expiation < februa, Rom. festival of purification held Feb. 15, pl. of februum, means of purification, prob.… …

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  • 10 February — For other uses, see February (disambiguation). January February March April May June July August September October November December << …

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  • 11 February — Feb|ru|a|ry [ˈfebruəri, ˈfebjuri US ˈfebjueri] n [U and C] written abbreviation Feb. [Date: 1300 1400; : Latin; Origin: Februarius, from Februa, Roman religious ceremony in February to make things pure] the second month of the year, between… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 12 February 30 — linked title occurs in some calendars, unlike the Gregorian calendar, where February contains only 28 or 29 days.wedish calendarThe Swedish Empire (which included Finland at the time) planned to change from the Julian calendar to the Gregorian… …

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  • 13 February — noun (C, U) the second month of the year between January and March : in February: The bridge will open in February 1998. | last/next February: Mum died last February. | on February 10th (also on 10th February BrE): The meeting will be on February …

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  • 14 February 17 — Events*1500 Battle of Hemmingstedt. *1600 Philosopher Giordano Bruno is burned alive at Campo de Fiori in Rome, charged of heresy. *1621 Myles Standish is appointed as first commander of Plymouth colony. *1753 February 17 is followed by March 1… …

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  • 15 February */*/*/ — UK [ˈfebruərɪ] / US [ˈfebruˌerɪ] noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms February : singular February plural Februarys the second month of the year, between January and March I m starting my new job in February. They fly to Spain on February 16th …

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  • 16 February 10 — Events*1355 The St. Scholastica s Day riot breaks out in Oxford, England, leaving 63 scholars and perhaps 30 locals dead in two days. *1542 Queen Catherine Howard of England is confined in the Tower of London to be executed three days later for… …

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  • 17 February 26 — Events*747 BC Epoch (origin) of Ptolemy s Nabonassar Era. * 364 Valentinian I is proclaimed Roman Emperor. *1266 Battle of Benevento: An army led by Charles, Count of Anjou, defeats a combined German and Sicilian force led by King Manfred of… …

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  • 18 February 2 — Events* 962 Translatio imperii : Pope John XII crowns Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor, the first Holy Roman Emperor in nearly 40 years. *1032 Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor becomes King of Burgundy. *1509 The Battle of Diu takes place near Diu, India,… …

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  • 19 February 8 — Events* 421 Constantius III becomes co Emperor of the Western Roman Empire. *1575 Universiteit Leiden founded, and given the motto Praesidium Libertatis . *1587 Mary, Queen of Scots was executed at suspicion of having been involved in the… …

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  • 20 February — [[t]fe̱bjuəri, AM jueri[/t]] ♦ Februaries N VAR February is the second month of the year in the Western calendar. He joined the Army in February 1943... His exhibition opens on 5 February... Last February the tribunal agreed he had been the… …

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