March 17

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Synonyms for March 17

a day observed by the Irish to commemorate the patron saint of Ireland

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THE new Wembley was officially opened on March 17, 2007, more than six years after its predecessor was closed for redevelopment.
Freedom Shores opened on March 17, 2007, but its staff continues to work hard to make it a universal-design vacation destination.
Corporal Andy Greenough, of Abertillery, Evan, five, and two-year-old Nia died from smoke inhalation following a blaze at their family bungalow at RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus on March 17, 2007.
St Andrew's Hospice: pounds 10 Treasured memories of our loving sister Anne Hughes, died March 17, 2007.
314, passed on March 17, 2007. This decision approved the National Plan of Action for the years 2007-2009 to prevent drug abuse and drug smuggling.
Kimberly Janiece Blackwell and Christopher Ryan Knight were united in marriage in an evening ceremony on March 17, 2007 at First Baptist Church in Philadelphia.
The national RSV season onset began during the week ending November 11, 2006, and continued for 19 weeks until the season offset (week ending March 17, 2007).
"Premier Wen Jiabao's Press Conference," Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China, March 17, 2007.
Retrieved March 17, 2007, from http:// ai_3408293/pg_1
The 35th Southern Ontario Undergraduate Student Chemistry Conference (SOUSCC) took place on March 17, 2007, at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology in Oshawa, ON.
Sean Kelly Gallery, New York NY February 2 * March 17, 2007
--Catholic religious goods store manager Colin McQuade, on why Pope Benedict XVI merchandise isn't selling (Columbia News Service, March 17, 2007)
Kitts when it shuttered its operation following deep subsidy cuts by the European Union, reports AP (March 17, 2007).
Reviewed at Malaga Film Festival (competing), March 17, 2007. Running time: 107 MIN.
Patrick's Day Parade up Fifth Avenue on March 17, 2007.