Leap year

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LEAP YEAR. Vide Bissextile.

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SUNDERLAND have a rare Leap Year Day fixture in 2020 - only the fifth time in the club's history that it has played on February 29, writes JAMES HUNTER.
Leap years have a bit of folklore associated with them - for one, tradition dictates that on Leap Day, women propose to men instead of the other way around, the Telegraph reported.
Happy Leap Year! Well, that's by the Gregorian calendar, not by the Iranian calendar.
Both our families have asked us how we are going to celebrate his birthday on leap years, but all we can think of is how blessed this day is."
Resident is Pat McIlvenney and staff member is Tracy Wynn who share the same birthday on Feburary 29th Leap year making Pat 18 (72) and Tracy 12 (48)
With 2016 being a leap year, Red7 commissioned the survey to see if British women are planning on taking the lead and asking the age old question to their significant other.
In the business world, leap years are also often times of change; expand your company, take on new staff, invest in new machinery, take additional risk and hope that it pays off.
Weighing 8lb 2.5oz, baby Julietta Leach was born two weeks late to become the first Leap Year baby to arrive at the hospital.
Donna Green, from Bridgend, was born on a leap year's extra day and only has an official birthday every four years on February 29.
"We have been learning about leap years in school and we have had party poppers and we have danced too.
"I must say the other three years, it doesn't, but you make up for it in that fourth year when you actually have a leap year."