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Synonyms for January 19

celebrated in southern United States

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Virgin America currently flies to San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Washington DC, Seattle, Las Vegas, San Diego, Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Toronto, Orlando, Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Cabos and Cancun (starting 19 January 2011).
Spain was given until 19 January 2007 to withdraw the illegal conditions or face infringement proceedings before the EU Court.
Nomura placed 4.125% senior unsecured medium-term notes maturing on 19 January 2016.
19 January 2010 - LD Invest Markets hiked on Monday its share price target on Danish oil and shipping group A P Moller - Maersk A/S (CPH: MAERSK B) to DKK45,000 from DKK40,000 and reaffirmed its "buy" rating.
Travel must be completed between 26 January and 4 March for US destinations; 12 January and 12 March for Caribbean and Mexican destinations; 19 January and 29 April for destinations in Europe; 19 January and 30 April for destinations in Asia; and between 12 January and 30 June 2009 for destinations in South America.
Danish telecomms operator TDC A/S said on Friday (19 January) that it has signed a final agreement regarding the divestiture of its 100%-owned Baltic mobile operator Bite Lietuva (Bite) to the Central and Eastern European private equity fund Mid Europa Partners.
In addition, on 19 January 2011 the company will redeem its USD50m 1.125% MTN, USD50m 2.000% MTN and USD500m 1.500% MTN due on 19 July 2013 as well as its USD500m 4.060% MTN maturing on 19 January 2017.
AirTran Airways, a subsidiary of AirTran Holdings Inc (NYSE: AAI), has stated that, due to a severe weather system on 19 January in the region of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, passengers can change their reservations without penalty.
Swedish IT group SYSteam AB said on Friday (19 January) that it has agreed to acquire IT consulting company Modulera AB for an undisclosed sum.
(NASDAQ:IVTA) (Euronext IFV:FR0004031649) confirmed today (19 January) that it has signed a USD15m licence agreement with Microsoft.
Swedish gaming and telephony solutions developer CISL Gruppen AB said on Friday (19 January) that its subsidiary CISL Thailand Co Ltd has received a contract from the mobile operator Millicom International Cellular SA in Laos.
The Norwegian petroleum safety authority Petroleumstilsynet said on Thursday (19 January) that it would carry out an investigation into the gas leak on Statoil's Visund platform in the North Sea early Thursday morning.
JetBlue Airways (NasdaqNM:JBLU) is to begin service between Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Oakland, California on 19 January 2006.
The Swedish healthcare company Feelgood Svenska AB said on Thursday (19 January) that it had completed its acquisition of the IT-based healthcare company Vitea AB.