leap day

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Noun1.leap day - the name of the day that is added during a leap yearleap day - the name of the day that is added during a leap year
day - a day assigned to a particular purpose or observance; "Mother's Day"
Feb, February - the month following January and preceding March
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SUNDERLAND have a rare Leap Year Day fixture in 2020 - only the fifth time in the club's history that it has played on February 29, writes JAMES HUNTER.
Sunderland also have a rare Leap Year Day fixture in 2020 - only the fifth time in the club's history that it has played on February 29.
The company estimates that the exclusion of CVS Pharmacy from restricted networks reduced same-store script volume by approximately 460 basis points, while the absence of a leap year day cost an additional 120 basis points.
The company estimates that the exclusion of CVS Pharmacy from restricted networks slashed about 460 basis points from same-store script volume, while the absence of a leap year day cost an additional 120 basis points.
Whether it was by design or default, the Nawaz Sharif government chose the leap year day to make a statement of intent when it executed Mumtaz Qadri, the bodyguard-turned-assassin of Salman Taseer, a liberal former Punjab province governor.
MEN of Kirklees: did your girlfriend propose on February 29, the Leap Year Day when women pop the question?
Catch an Oscar-winning film The Oscars are set to be handed out in LA on Sunday, so why not spend your leap year day catching up with some of the nominees?
LEAP YEAR DAY, which occurs every four years to make the calendar year "catch up" with the solar year which actually takes 365.242199 days.
This Leap Year day was also an historic one for women's football, with the FA - described as 'the last bastion of masculine prejudice' - finally recognising the existence of the women's game in its 100th year.
The Carling Cup sits proudly in its rightful place in the Riverside Stadium's otherwise sparse trophy cabinet - a permanent reminder of February 29, 2004, the leap year day that saw Boro become winners after 128 years of heartbreak.
Few traditions have grown up around leap year day; no fireworks are lit, no special meals are served, no songs are sung, no wild revelries are rued on March 1.