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The last day of fasting will be July 16 and Eid Al Fitr will fall on July 17, astronomically.
At the same time the cost of college has risen astronomically over the last 30 years, outpacing the overall inflation rate and even another astronomically inflated sector, medical costs.
Summary: For an area typical associated with astronomically large settlements and heated trials, the technology patent space has seen a surprising amount of cooperation .
Hundreds of thousands of devout Hindus are expected to take holy dips at the confluence during the astronomically auspicious period of over 45 days celebrated as Magh Mela
If demand continues to outweigh supply, we wouldn't be surprised to see instances of PS4 consoles selling for astronomically high rates to become more commonplace, especially as we inch towards the holiday shopping season and Christmas.
So the first day of Ramadan will be July 10, astronomically, corresponding to Ramadan 01, 1434 H.
The first day of the holy month will be July 10, astronomically, corresponding to Ramadan 01, 1434 H.
The statement added that August 9 will astronomically be the first day of Shawwal, the tenth month in the lunar Islamic calendar, as well as the first day of the Eid Al Fitr holiday.
Talking of jokes, great to see instant astronomically expensive reject Pamela Anderson back for the rank-on-the-rink class of 2013 reunion.
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Labour and Conservative governments alike have been deeply relaxed about the 1% of the population whose wealth has grown astronomically in value at the expense of the remaining 99% of the population.
That's not much difference astronomically speaking, and probably isn't enough to allow astronomers to easily distinguish between two such systems in real life.