Leap year

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LEAP YEAR. Vide Bissextile.

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In "Diary of a Leap Year," the book version of this piece, each month is marked by a text cut-out from the Arabic press.
The next leap year is 2020, then 2024, then 2028 and so on.
I was born two minutes past midnight in leap year 1972.
This particular year sees an extra day added at the end of February, an event that happens once every four years and is known as leap day - February 29 was added to the calendar in leap years as a corrective measure, because the Earth orbits around the sun in 365 days and six hours and not precisely in 365 days.
Edward Brogden, will be celebrating his 16th birthday today - only the fourth time the teenager has celebrated his birthday on the leap year
A leap year proposal is a traditional story that most learn as children.
He then gave women a single day in a leap year to pop the question - the last day of the shortest month.
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.
Another Australian Gavin Stevens, who was born in Adelaide on the Leap Year in 1932, played four Test matches for his country in India and Pakistan.
Developed in collaboration with CJP Digital Media and Happy Guillotine Films, Leap Year was the brainchild of Wilson Cleveland, founder and executive producer at CJP Digital Media.
THREE sets of parents in Liverpool had an extra special leap year surprise.
The leap year makes buying anniversary cards a bit difficult.