366 days


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in the Gregorian calendar: any year divisible by 4 except centenary years divisible by 400

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A free exhibition around 366 Days Of Kindness will run at Arc until Friday, May 16.
Bernadette lives with her partner Gareth Brierley, who appears with her in 366 Days of Kindness, which she describes as "storytelling with live music, stand-up and a slide show".
366 Days in Abraham Lincoln's Presidency: The Private, Political, and Military Decisions of America's Greatest President.
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The LensWay 366-day free return promise gives you the option of returning your glasses or lenses 366 days later if they're not quite right.
ARTIST Sam Firth's film of herself standing doing nothing for 10 minutes a day for 366 days seems to be a waste of taxpayers' money.
The promotion includes an Embassy Suites 366 Days of More Sweepstakes offering an opportunity to win a free night at any of brand's hotels in the Americas, and a gift of the same to a friend, through a Facebook application.
Exceptions to the exception come every 400 years, when a turn-of-the-century year is 366 days long.
THE first day of January is a key date for many birdwatchers: it's the first day of a new year-list, their record of what they will see in the next 366 days (2012 is a leap year
In the end Piggott served 366 days - most of them at Highpoint prison in Suffolk - before he was released in October 1988.
The state-run trade lender is planning to sell three-year bonds with put and call options after 366 days and yielding 6.
The prolonged avoidance occurred because the period of its solar orbit was 366 days - very close to Earth's year.
Vanessa Farquharson, author of Sleeping Naked Is Green: How an Eco-Cynic Unplugged Her Fridge, Sold Her Car, and Found Love in 366 Days (Houghton Mifflin/Harcourt, $13.
The Daily Drucker 366 Days is a distillation of his most important thoughts.
72 cases for every one of the 366 days of 2008, according to new figures released by the NSPCC.