C-day


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C-day

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"C-Day was undoubtedly one of the most secret covert operations in US history," says Waldron.
C-Day, the date for a transition to the new system, could be as soon as April 6 2010, with a transition path from now to that date, it suggested.
F is for fraught as well as for festive as you add up how much shopping time there is left until C-day.
This section highlights the cornerstone of BIAP's citizenship project called Citizenship Day (C-Day).
Students taking the course for three credits must complete a single service learning project that requires completing working for six hours as a naturalization advocate on C-Day. Students taking the fourth credit also serve on one of three committees preparing for C-Day.
On C-Day, the one day when she should have been pulling out the stops, there was nothing to stop Lorraine's from pulling ...