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LEAP YEAR. Vide Bissextile.

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The only other Leap Day clash was a pre-war 'typical Boro' moment, a 3-1 FA Cup sixth round defeat away at top flight strugglers Grimsby in 1936.
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.
In the Iranian calendar, the leap day is inserted every fourth year for about a third of a century, but is then delayed a year--that is, there is a five-year gap between leap days.
Following a launch on Leap Day on February 29, fans have been eagerly signing up in their thousands to play the #WT20 edition of the official ICC Fantasy League.
3 How many men were gutted to see their partner fall to her knees with a suggestive smile on Monday's Leap Day and just propose?
It used to be custom that if a man declined the proposal of a lady on Leap Day he was obliged to provide compensation by giving her cash, a gown or gloves (to hide the fact she was not wearing an engagement ring).
The chance of being born on a leap day is one in 1,461 and as such there are five million leaplings around the world.
From then on, every year that can be divided by four had a leap day. Custom has it that it's the date a woman can propose to a man.
Buena Park, CA, February 27, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Big Air Trampoline Park wants to make this Leap Day something truly remarkable.
Traditionally, Leap Day, which falls on 29th February, is the one day that comes along every four years when women can turn the tables and ask their partner to marry them.
Sunday LEAP YEAR CHANNEL 4, 4.45PM A young woman plans to travel to Dublin to propose to her boyfriend on February 29 as, according to ancient tradition, a man who receives a marriage proposal on a leap day must accept it.
CVS said comparable-store sales results reflect the impact of new generics, a strong flu season, the shift of the Easter holiday from April in 2012 to March in 2013, and the absence of a leap day in 2013.