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CALENDER. An almanac. Julius Caesar ordained that the Roman year should consist of 365 days, except every fourth year, which should contain 366, the additional day to be reckoned by counting the twenty-fourth day of February (which was the 6th of the calends of March) twice. See Bissextile is period of time exceeds the solar year by eleven minutes or thereabouts, which amounts to the error of a day in about 131 years. In 1582, the error amounted to eleven days or more, which was corrected by Pope Gregory. Out of this correction grew the distinction between Old and New Style. The Gregorian or New Style was introduced into England in 1752, the 2d day of September (0. S.) of that year being reckoned as the 14th day of September, (N. S.) glee Almanac.

CALENDER, crim. law. A list of prisoners, containing their names, the time when they were committed, and by whom, and the cause of their commitments.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Although the team wanted to support the charity, the calender is also to show that women of all shapes and sizes should be accepted and can play the sport.
ANDRITZ Kusters, a global market leader for textile calenders, rolls, and sleeves, and with a global service and agency network, has long-term experience in the textile industry with many successful references around the globe.
The structure is then guided through the second calender, where sheet from the second extruder is applied to the other side of the glass mat.
1, 2011), "Calender Gap Control," Daniel Ray Downing (The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio, USA).
Charity organisation, Lions Club Windhoek Alte Feste unveiled its Advent Calender to raise funds for it's selected charity of the year.
portrays the Calenders architecture paradoxically allows readers to see the "place" of ruin in it differently from E.K., to hear in his remembrance of De oratore a dialogue between E.K.
One female member of the club's staff said: "When Freddie took his shirt off in India the other night, it was a happy reminder of his calender photo-shoot.
He assumed the garb of a calender and, being received into the hospitable house of the three sisters, tells his tale before Caliph Haroun - al - Raschid.
Later, sanforizing lines were used in combination with felt calenders or felt belt compactors for the finishing of knitted fabric, too.
Herrmann Ultrasonics specializes in laminating without heat or glue and is currently processing roll goods in six-foot widths on ultrasonic calenders. "New successful projects include calender application with ten ultrasonic stacks for roof membranes," explained Uwe Peregi, executive vice president and general manager for Bartlett, IL-based Herrmann Ultrasonics.
The Buss AG "quantec" kneader is available in a new version adapted for direct feeding to PVC film calenders. It is said to offer the following advantages: