Gregorian calendar

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Synonyms for Gregorian calendar

the solar calendar now in general use, introduced by Gregory XIII in 1582 to correct an error in the Julian calendar by suppressing 10 days, making Oct 5 be called Oct 15, and providing that only centenary years divisible by 400 should be leap years

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Many are going to announce their results as much as two weeks later than the date suggested in the common calendar.
But most parents appeared ready to welcome the common calendar.
com families can put all their support information in one place: contact numbers of doctors and caregivers, medications and dosages, a common calendar with appointment reminders, and events such as birthdays or anniversaries.
But with enrollment slightly leveling off and the district holding at roughly 5,500 students, officials took the opportunity to consolidate the campuses around one common calendar.
Having a common calendar complicates things for parents.
We can now share images, review construction plans in real time and keep a common calendar, all as if we were working in the same location.
The common calendar was introduced with the purpose of posing little inconvenience to parents.
Recently, CDS worked with the Michigan High Tech Growth Collaboration (HTGC) consortium on their Common Calendar initiative for non-profit organizations.
This is the first time that there would be a common calendar for trials unlike in the past when different college trial dates often coincided and caused inconvenience to students.
0 can be integrated with the Unicenter TNG Framework to provide a consistent and integrated management solution using common services such as event management, common calendar, virus detection tool, object repository and secure communications.
In other words, there will be a common calendar for trials unlike in the past when trial dates of different colleges used to coincide and cause inconvenience to students.