January 19

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Noun1.January 19 - celebrated in southern United States
day - a day assigned to a particular purpose or observance; "Mother's Day"
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On its website, Qurium said Bulatlat's site has been subjected to a series of denial-of-service attacks since Jan. 19.
Wednesday and Thursday; from Saturday, Jan. 19, through Sunday, Feb.
A new era of nursing licensure was ushered in when the eNLC was implemented on Jan. 19, 2018.
The ceremonies will begin Jan. 19 and continue till Jan.
Jan. 19. This program allows children 4 and older to try ice skating or hockey for free.
Cheever - Elmer LaVern Cheever, 81, of Springfield, died Jan. 19. Arrangements by Andreason's Cremation & Burial Service, Springfield.
18 Directors NISOA Executive Council Jan. 19 NSCAA Annual Business Meeting Jan.
Juice processors must put in place measures to prevent fruit and vegetable juices from contamination by dangerous pathogens under a final FDA rule published Jan. 19. The rule requires all juice manufacturers to develop and implement a HACCP plan.
Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) Diet affairs chief Makoto Koga said Thursday the ruling party intends to convene the next regular Diet session Jan. 19. Koga conveyed the LDP plan to his Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) counterpart Hajime Ishii.
Blackburn - Barbara Blackburn, 63, of Eugene, died Jan. 19. Visitation will be from 3 p.m.
CHICAGO Jan. 19 -- Diplomat West, Elmhurst, Ill.; General Meeting.