Difference between revisions of "January 1"

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==Events==
 
==Events==
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* YEAR – WHAT HAPPENED - THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE
 
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==Births==
 
==Births==
* [[766]] –  [[Ali al-Rida]], Shia Imam (d. 818) THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE
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* YEAR –  [[NAME]], SOMETHING ABOUT PERSON (d. YEAR) - THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE
 
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==Deaths==
 
==Deaths==
 
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* YEAR – [[NAME]], SOMETHING ABOUT PERSON (d. YEAR) - THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE
* 1817 – [[Martin Heinrich Klaproth]], chemist, (b. 1743) THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE
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==Holidays and observances==
 
==Holidays and observances==
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* YEAR –  [[NAME OF HOLIDAY]], SOMETHING ABOUT THE HOLIDAY - THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE
 
* Many countries around the world using [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gregorian_calendar Gregorian Calendar] - New Year's Day; often celebrated at 0:00 with fireworks.
 
* Many countries around the world using [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gregorian_calendar Gregorian Calendar] - New Year's Day; often celebrated at 0:00 with fireworks.
 
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Revision as of 20:10, 3 May 2012

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January 1 is the first day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar. It is preceded by December 31 (in the previous year), and succeeded by January 2. Following January 1, there are 364 days in the year (365 in leap years).

Events

  • YEAR – WHAT HAPPENED - THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE

Births

  • YEAR – NAME, SOMETHING ABOUT PERSON (d. YEAR) - THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE

Deaths

  • YEAR – NAME, SOMETHING ABOUT PERSON (d. YEAR) - THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE

Holidays and observances

  • YEAR – NAME OF HOLIDAY, SOMETHING ABOUT THE HOLIDAY - THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE
  • Many countries around the world using Gregorian Calendar - New Year's Day; often celebrated at 0:00 with fireworks.

External links

Calendar