calendar

All Noun
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  • The more popular calendars are usually sold out within one month of release.
  • This proved useful very soon after the new calendar came into effect.
  • There is no evidence that this calendar was used before the 20th century.
  • In these countries, the old style calendars were similar but not all the same.
  • However, the station provides local news stories, community calendars and events on its website.
  • Business and project teams can share calendars as well as documents and other information.
  • In these countries, the old style calendars were similar, but not all the same.
  • The information provided by the calendar in any country does not extend beyond the current month.
  • Note: Many other calendars have been and still are used throughout the world.
  • The image has been used on calendars, on book covers and school books.
  • Calendars in different provinces will focus on figures more important to those different countries.
  • The practice is still observed by those who use the older calendars.
  • Sunday comes first in order in calendars shown in the table below.
  • One is that nothing was done and the calendar was allowed to change with respect to the seasons.
  • All the official work is done based on this calendar.
  • A full calendar system has a different calendar date for every day.
  • By convention, a calendar year consists of a natural number of days.
  • But users soon began to be put off with these first-generation online calendars.
  • Many other European countries had already made the calendar changes before England had, sometimes centuries earlier.
  • This calendar remained in use at least until the middle of the fifth century AD.
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Meaning of calendar

  • noun A system of timekeeping that defines the beginning and length and divisions of the year
  • noun A list or register of events (appointments or social events or court cases etc)
    I have you on my calendar for next Monday
  • noun A tabular array of the days (usually for one year)
  • verb Enter into a calendar