December 31

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Synonyms for December 31

the last day of the year

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If the expiry date falls after 31 December 1999, it may be impossible to book new stock into the warehouse if the stock control system keeps a track of sell by date, as any date from 1 January 2000 may be confused with 1 January 1900 and therefore already out of date.
It follows that when the clocks strike midnight on 31 December 1999, every Nigerian citizen can relax in the knowledge that they will have a house within the next 365 days.
Most of the plans provided for under the new Objective 1 reached the Commission before 31 December 1999 and the talks with the national authorities were able to get underway soon after (some Objective 1 programmes were adopted in the first quarter of 2000).
The old radar system was shut down on 31 December 1999 and training for the new equipment is expected to be complete in two weeks according to The Nation.
Italian-based mobile telecomms company Omnitel reports that as of 31 December 1999 it had 10.
The letter, also received by some black and Asian MPs calls for all non-whites and Jews to leave the country by 31 December 1999 or face "extermination".
30 million) for the 1999 tax year and had assets worth L252 million on 31 December 1999.
So far an exact figure and date have not been set for the redundancies, but it is rumoured that the Ministry of Finance had wanted the majority of staff cut by 31 December 1999.
MetaCreations Corp has decided to close all of its European offices as of 31 December 1999.
81 per 100 kg of unprocessed Tunisian olive oil, for the period from 1 January 1996 to 31 December 1999.
On 31 December 1999 the FAA was also forced to apply a software patch for a previously undetected bug that would have slowed air traffic controllers` access to data from the organisation`s mainframe computers.
The Australian Communications Authority (ACA) has reminded people that the analogue network will close in Brisbane and surrounding areas, as well as in some regional areas, on 31 December 1999.