Gregorian year

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the year as now reckoned according to the Gregorian calendar. Thus, every year, of the current reckoning, which is divisible by 4, except those divisible by 100 and not by 400, has 366 days; all other years have 365 days. See Bissextile, and Note under Style, n., 7.
See under Gregorian, and Julian.

See also: Gregorian, Year

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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New Year's Day celebrates the dawn of the new Gregorian year. Late at night on December 31, 2018 the UAE celebrates, along with the rest of the world the start of 2019 when the clock strikes midnight with fireworks, parties and family friendly celebrations.
Government-run health establishments shall apply to the National Health Regulatory Authority to undergo the annual review, three months before the end of the Gregorian year. Health institutions which fail to obtain 70% or more shall apply anew to the regulatory authority and submit another demand.
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"With the completion of the final arrangements for the mission of the delegation, the Office of the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations requested the postponement of the visit for logistical reasons beyond his control, in addition to coinciding with the postponement that was requested with the start of the holiday season of Christmas and New Gregorian year, and his proposal to reschedule the date of the visit to the beginning of January 2018 ".
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(An Islamic year is roughly 11 days shorter than a Gregorian year.)