March 25

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Synonyms for March 25

a festival commemorating the announcement of the Incarnation by the angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary

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Friend please me| for service and cremation at Tynemouth Crematorium on Wednesday 25th March at 10.
Funeral service at St Giles Church Exhall on Wednesday 25th March at 1.
Anyone wanting to know the secrets of this latest technology can attend the webinar, being held on Wednesday 25th March at 17.
Trace amounts reported on 4th, 7th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 19th, 20th, 21st and 25th March at Bahrain International Airport.
Between 6th and 25th March, you'll be able to experience the Yapital-Business-App live at the Check-Out 3.
The incident took place on the 25th March, 2013, when Rajender and Sanjay got down inside the sewer line to clean it up.
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By Anadolu Agency On Monday 25th March, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and Israeli Justice Minister Tzipi Livni discussed Mavi Marmara issue on the phone on Monday.
The winners are scheduled for announcement in February 2012, and the Award's Presentation Ceremony, celebrating the winning achievements, will be held at Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions on 25th March next year.
New for Old' will be running until Sunday 25th March 2012 in all Brantano stores nationwide.
The Rural Broadband Summit takes place on 25th March in Dubai.
The second lecture in the series took place at the DIFC Centre of Excellence on Wednesday 25th March, and featured a talk by Judge Peter Hurst, a Senior Costs Judge from the Royal Courts of Justice in the UK, about international best practices in the handling of costs assessments by practitioners, as well as insights by the Chief Justice Sir Anthony Evans about assessment of costs in the DIFC Courts.
From The Perspective Of Our Families", was held at the Sheikh Abdullah Al-Jaber Theatre at Kuwait University's Shuwaikh campus from the 23rd to 25th March 2010.
Funeral service and cremation at Springwood Crematorium on Thursday, 25th March at 2.