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Synonyms for October 12

a legal holiday commemorating the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus

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Shoal Games Ltd (TSXV:SGW) (OTCMKTS:SGLDF) announced on Thursday the extension of the maturity date for the rights offering by one day to 12 October 2016, due to the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Bearing this in mind, I see no reason for rushing things in order to dissolve Parliament on 12 October.
Country: Brazil, Sector: Petroleum/Natural Gas/Coal, Business and Consumer ServicesType: JVStatus: AgreedComment: The transaction is expected to be completed around 12 October.
The company said that Stephen Elop, Nokia president and CEO, will be the acting head of the Mobile Solutions unit, effective 12 October 2010.
That game will kick-off at Kingsholm at 3pm on Saturday, 12 October.
For nearly eighty years, the grave of 456 Sergeant Lewis McGee of the 40th (Tasmanian) Battalion who was killed in action on 12 October 1917 showed that he had died a day later.
Furthermore, the Board of Directors notes that the terms of MAN's offer as represented in the offer document are substantially the same as those published by MAN on 12 October.
00% senior convertible notes due 2012, the notes become convertible as of 15 September 2012 to 17:00 ET on 12 October 2012.
According to the company, Vanjoki has been the head of Nokia's Mobile Solutions unit and as of 12 October 2010, Nokia president and CEO Stephen Elop will be the acting head of the Mobile Solutions unit.
12 October 2009 - Swedish document automation supplier ReadSoft AB (STO: RSOF B) said today it has won a deal worth some EUR600,000 from an unnamed media group in France.
causing and permitting the Company to fail to ensure that annual returns for the years ended 12 October 2006, 8 October 2007, 12 October 2008 and 12 October 2009 were filed on time contrary to Article 371(1) of the Companies (Northern Ireland) Order 1986.