July 4

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Noun1.July 4 - a legal holiday in the United StatesJuly 4 - a legal holiday in the United States
legal holiday, national holiday, public holiday - authorized by law and limiting work or official business
July - the month following June and preceding August
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Pakistan's national airline Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) started hajj operations from 4th July.
The first screening was held at Al Naboodah Ruwayyah in Dubai on 4th July and will be followed by another at DIP 2, Dubai on 12th July.
PESHAWAR -- Two health projects funded by United Arab Emirates Red Crescent were inaugurated in Peshawar on Thursday 4th July, 2019 by Governor Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Shah Farman, and Minister for Health of the government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Dr.
RE: Stroke Services Review at Betsi Strategy, Partnership and Population Committee 4th July.
Our beautiful baby daughter arrived on Thursday 4th July and myself and Gorks couldn't be happier," she wrote.
Allan Faqeer died at the Laiquat National Hospital Karachi and was buried in Jamshoro District on 4th July 2,000.
The event will be held at the Punjab Institute of Language, Art and Culture (PILAC) on Thursday 4th July at 6:30 PM
The festival will be inaugurated by Daulat Hawaldar, Finance Secretary - Government of Goa on 4th July in the presence of Raimund Magis- Deputy Head of EEAS.
The House of Representatives will vote on its version of the defense package once it is back from the July 4th July recess.
On the 4th July, the BCF celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Society of British Printing Ink Manufacturers joining forces with the Paintmakers Association to form the British Coatings Federation in July 1993.
An opinion dated 4th July, 2018 under the signatures of the full bench of the Supreme Court of Liberia cites the lack of legal and factual merits in the case; adding that the informants suffered waiver and laches by waiting for fourteen years before attending to their alleged grievance rather than pursuing same when the supreme court handed down its opinion and judgement as prescribed by law in such case.