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Synonyms for D-day

date of the Allied landing in France, World War II


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WITH medals glinting on their uniforms, the heroes of D-Day returned to Normandy yesterday to mark 70 years since the day that turned the tide of World War II.
It may be the 65th anniversary of the Normandy D-Day campaign this year, but it is also that of Anzio, Cassino, Kohima and Imphal, all which appear to have been forgotten.
Hazel has been in the music business for nearly 30 years after a starring role in the cult film Breaking Glass, in which she also wrote and performed the music, with hits like Eighth Day, Give Me An Inch, D-Days, Will You, We're All Grown Up, Hanging Around and Calls The Tune.
MOHAMMAD ASIF faces yet another in a long line of D-days next week when the Pakistan Cricket Board will decide whether to punish him over his recent drugs bust in Dubai.
The objective from the Waterford Crystal is to get ready for our D-days - February 6 against Waterford IT and February 13 against UL.
Coast Guard during World War II in Lucky Thirteen: D-Days in the Pacific with the U.
SIR - What a silly letter from Paul Mitchell about 'Rhodri Morgan re D-Days, Royal Welsh lateness for Queen, Nationalist writers et al' (July 29).
As well as marking the 60th anniversary of the Normandy Landings in week one, D-Days of a different kind will be the feature of week two.
Hutchins' Medal of Honor was donated to the Museum by his family and is currently on display as part of the D-Days in the Pacific exhibit.