set the date

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NCA President Mustapha Ben Jfar laid, on Wednesday, emphasis on the need to set the date of the elections before June 23, date of the start of the electors' registration.
He said UN-Arab League envoy Lakhdar Brahimi will try to set the date in a meeting with Russian and US representatives on November 25.
EASTENDERS (8pm BBC1) WHEN Alfie and Roxy return home and announce that they've set the date for their wedding it's obvious that Kat isn't over the moon - in any sense of that phrase.
YOU'VE set the date, chosen your venue and decided on your wedding gown - but there is so much more to think about.
Kerry maintained that all the former leaders including President Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, ultimately Secretary Gates were willing to set a date in Iraq and the reason they could set the date in Iraq is because there had been a level of success.
Summary: Warsaw, Poland, April 21, 2010, SPA -- Poland&'s parliament speaker has set the date for an early presidential election after the death of President Lech Kaczynski in a plane crash 11 days ago.
But now they are ready to tie the knot and have set the date for May 8 next year.
Maesteg Comprehensive School teacher Sarah Bryant, 24, had set the date for August 18.
The feds are reviewing the judgment, particularly from the angle of determining Parliament's right to set the date on which legislation becomes effective.
We call our auditor and set the date for the preliminary planning and fieldwork.
A European Union directive requires the UK to change from yards and miles to metres and kilometres for speed and distance on road signs at some point, but it is for the British Government to set the date and there is no pressure from the EU to do so.