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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.

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In practice, with modern calenders having individually driven rolls, lines are often run with a slight lead on the no.
The precision and positioning repeatability of the movable calender rolls are said to be the main performances that determine the quality of the product and consequently the class of the calender.
The traditional calender consists of two pieces of cardboard on top of each other.
Gotta get a calender, you bet,'' said Pat Moss of Northridge.
piles on the architectural analogies, making his polemic metaphorically plain to see: unlike authors who in "theyr remembrance" produced only crumbling hovels, Spenser recollected the ruins of the past as the Calenders lasting monument (17).
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.
After cutting, they fall individually on the conveyor belt transporting them to the calender roll nip, with enough space between them to prevent sticking together.
It is suitable for all supercalenders and other multinip calenders, regardless of the calender make.
which has one plant that calenders, prints, and laminates products for medical, recreation, and leisure uses.
Tenders are invited for printing supply of wallmounted calenders and table calenders for the year 2016
With over 80 calenders in operation with this hybrid device, a fully hydraulic device is being utilized based on long stroke hydraulic units granting the position gap control called Hydrogap with a position repeatability of [+ or -] 2 microns, a position accuracy of [+ or -] 5 microns and an adjustment speed of 1 mm/second.
for glassine papers, candy-wrap papers, release papers, condenser papers); high-temperature textile calenders (e.