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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Kateri, which was damaged in the February 2012 Leap Day Tornado.
Its mechanical program automatically recognizes the differing lengths of the months and the watch even adds a leap day to the end of February every four years.
Boro have only played four other fixtures on a Leap Day.
' The Washington-based expert compares the ongoing situation with the difficulty the Obama administration got into with the Leap Day agreement when the two sides had different interpretations of what missile test ban meant as North Korea insisted it still had the right to make satellite launches.
29 Leap Day, occur every four years because the Earth's orbit around the Sun takes about 365 1/4 days.
Leap Day leans closer to the latter, with simple taps acting as all you need to know instructionally to tackle the devilishly designed levels ahead.
The traffic performance was positively impacted by the timing of the Easter holidays and an additional leap day, along with the non-recurrence of strikes which occurred in the same period of the previous year.
February's unusually large increase was due in part to the once-every-four-years return of leap day, Feb.
MAXIMIZING LEAP DAY: With its February 29 "take the leap" campaign, Hamilton College in New York sought to break the institution's all-time single-day fundraising record for number of gifts.
The Gregorian and Iranian calendars are mathematically and astronomically identical and they each use a leap day every four years.