July 1

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Noun1.July 1 - a legal holiday in Canada commemorating receiving Dominion status in 1867
Canada - a nation in northern North America; the French were the first Europeans to settle in mainland Canada; "the border between the United States and Canada is the longest unguarded border in the world"
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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The Shubbak Festival--self-described as a "window on contemporary Arabic culture"--will be starting in exactly one month, on July 1st.
9 million on July 1st, according to State Bank of Pakistan.
The July 1st date was established based in the election beginning September 6, 2016.
com)-- The first annual "#SparklingWineDay" to be celebrated on Friday, July 1st.
Be careful with contracts between the 7th and July 1st, check and double check any small print.
Touching on the negotiations taking place in the island, President Eroglu said that July 1st would be a natural end for negotiations.
Billy and Lorraine (Cardiff) MOLLOY -BERYL, July 1st.
Chairman of Dhofar Municipality and Chairman of the Main Committee for Salalah Festival 2011, Sheikh Salim bin Aufit Al-Shanfari, told KUNA that the festival, which is held every summer during the monsoon season, will be opened on July 1st and proceed until July 31th.
Summary: CGGVeritas announced today that on July 1st, it took delivery of the Oceanic Vega, a new seismic vessel co-owned with Eidesvik
Just a note to thank you for the offer of early subscription-renewal to Esprit de Corps in order to "beat the tax," that horrid HST which will hit Ontarians on July 1st.
Summary: Rising commodity prices are seen supportive for AUD with aluminum rising limit up in Shanghai trading and the CRB index at the highs last seen July 1st.
Boylston, passed away Wednesday, July 1st surrounded by family.