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  January Magazine
January Magazine’s 2000 interview with Hay is here.
January Magazine’s 2002 interview with Faber is here.
One lucky reader of January Magazine’s sister publication, The Rap Sheet, won’t have to imagine.
www.januarymagazine.com   (8175 words)

  January - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
January is the first month of the year and one of seven Gregorian months with the length of 31 days.
January in the Northern Hemisphere is the seasonal equivalent to July in the Southern Hemisphere and vise versa.
The Chinese floral emblem of January is the plum blossom
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/January   (661 words)

 January 1 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
January 1 is the first day of the calendar year in both the Julian and Gregorian calendars.
The Gregorian calendar as promulgated in 1582 did not specify that January 1 was to be either New Year's Day or the first day of its numbered year.
The four initial boroughs, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and The Bronx, are joined on January 25 by Staten Island to create the modern city of five boroughs.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/January_1   (2405 words)

 January - Memory Alpha   (Site not responding. Last check: )
January is the first month of the Human year.
In January of 2155, Terra Prime seized the Martian Verteron Array and used it to fire a verteron energy beam at Luna as a demonstration of their power, pursuant to their demand for all non-humans to leave the Sol System.
In January of 2155, T'Pol and Trip Tucker discovered that they had a daughter who had been created from their stolen DNA by Terra Prime.
memory-alpha.org /en/wiki/January   (478 words)

January 16, 1988 - Bryan Adams scored one of his lesser hits, by which we mean he only made the top 20 as opposed to the top ten, when Only the Strong Survive from the 1987 album Into The Fire peaked at #19 in the Canadian charts.
January 23, 1989 - Red Rider officially changed their name to Tom Cochrane and Red Rider as most of the original members had left the band, and their first hit under their new identity was Big League which peaked in the top ten in Canada on this day.
January 28, 1968 - In 1968, Sarah McLachlan was born in Halifax.
bodzie.freeservers.com /history/jan.html   (6022 words)

 The History Place - This Month in History
In January of 1979, the Pol Pot was overthrown by Cambodian rebels and Vietnamese troops.
The dam was opened in January of 1971 by President Anwar Sadat of Egypt and President Nikolai Podgorny of the Soviet Union.
January 24, 41 AD Roman Emperor Caligula was assassinated at the Palatine Games by his own officers after a reign of only four years, noted for his madness and cruelty including arbitrary murder.
www.historyplace.com /specials/calendar/january.htm   (7120 words)

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She was a film-scoring grad from the french region of Switzerland, who dabbled in Classical and Indian voice.
January's first offering to the public was "See-Thru", released in 1996, which featured the group's rendition of the Willy Wonka classic "Oompa-Loompa".
Strained chemistry and artistic rifts began to unravel the group in 1998 beginning with the departure of Chris Newbern.
www.nullpointer.com /january   (433 words)

 January 2003
On January 10 Harris, alleging that the no-confidence vote was invalid for lack of a majority, obtains a 72-hour injunction from the Supreme Court of Nauru (sitting at Melbourne, Australia), prohibiting Dowiyogo from acting as president.
On January 17 Harris is reinstated as the court rules that 9 votes are required to pass a no-confidence vote.
On January 13 Fernando Elizondo Barragán is sworn in as interim governor of Nuevo León.
rulers.org /2003-01.html   (1416 words)

 sunthai,thailand2005,thailand 2005,thais,Festival and Celebrations Manual in January2005.
TAT Tennis Invitational 2005, January 2, 2005, Chiang Mai.
January 1, New Year's -- Monks gather on the Phramane Grounds in Bangkok to receive offerings from devout Buddhists, most of whom give food,, and marked by early-morning Buddhist merit-making, and afternoon and evening folk entertainment.
Nakhon Phanom., on the bank of the Mekong River, is the site of the famous Phra That Phanom which enshrines a relic of the Lord Buddha and is regarded as a symbol of northeastern Thailand.
www.geocities.com /RainForest/7153/jan.htm   (838 words)

 Annie's "Month of January" Page
In the northern half of the world, January is usually the coldest month of the year.
In the southern half of the world, January is usually the warmest month of the year.
January 1 is celebrated as New Year's Day in most countries.
www.annieshomepage.com /january.html   (595 words)

 This Month In UFO History
Just twenty minutes after midnight on January 22, 1952, nineteen and a half hours after the Navy lieutenant commander had chased the UFO near Mitchell AFB, another incident involving an airplane and something unknown was developing in Alaska...........
During January, 1958, the sailing vessel Almirante Saldanha of the Hydrographic and Navigation Division of the Brazilian Navy had anchored there, and on the morning of Jan. 16 was making ready to return to Rio.
It was taken in Denver, Colorado, January 1996 by Joe Clower, who was photographing some workmen painting the gold balls on a city monument.
www.rense.com /general46/tm_jan.html   (6127 words)

 Japan in January
The first dream of the New Year (generally on January 2nd since people often stay up all day New Year's Day) is regarded as an omen about how the rest of the year will go.
On January 2nd the public is allowed to enter the inner palace grounds, one of only two times during the entire year that this is allowed.
January 15 is also called Small New Year and gruel cooked with red beans is eaten to drive away evil spirits and illness for the coming year.
www.bookmice.net /darkchilde/japan/jjan.html   (1002 words)

January, the first month of the current Gregorian calendar and the second month of Winter's rule, derives its name from the ancient Roman god, Janus.
The traditional birthstone amulet of January is the garnet; and the carnation and the snowdrop are the month's traditional flowers.
In pre-Christian Ireland, the thirteenth day of January was celebrated each year as the Feast of Brewing by the ancient and mysterious priests known as the Druids.
www.fortunecity.com /greenfield/tigris/567/id55.htm   (2340 words)

 Catholic Culture : Liturgical Year : January (Monthly Overview)
The first 9 days of January fall during the liturgical season known as Christmas which is represented by the liturgical color white.
The opening days of January may be cold and nature bleak, but the domestic church still glows warm with the peace and joy of Christmas.
We dedicate the New Year to Mary on the January 1st Solemnity honoring her as Mother of God; and on January 8, the Solemnity of Epiphany, we rejoice with her, as her Son is adored by the three Wise Men.
www.catholicculture.org /lit/overviews/months/01.cfm   (945 words)

 The Weather of January 2002
Rain eased off on 16 January and there were fog patches in the harbour in the early morning.
With a replenishment of the northeast monsoon, it became cold on 20 January.
Easterly winds freshened on 24 January and the weather became cloudy to overcast.
www.geocities.com /wwhk3/monthweather/2002/200201weather.html   (486 words)

 This Month in Anesthesia History: January
He did research on vision physiology which he published in 1825 that is the conceptual basis for motion pictures.
Among her numerous novels is Twilight Sleep [1927], a satirical portrait of the wealthy during the Jazz Age of the 1920s.
In the spring his wife Adelaide and her lover, Wesleyan minister Reverend George Dyson, are tried and found innocent of the crime.
www.anes.uab.edu /jan.htm   (1082 words)

 CD Baby: THE A.R.C.: January
January sounds like the month, with major influence on the sound from Coil and other drone-heavy artists.
January seems to be part of an ongoing project to capture the feel of each month.
The feel of this CD is very much (to me) like the feel of a long gray sunday afternoon in January, when it begins to get dark at 4:00 in the afternoon.
www.cdbaby.com /cd/thearc   (238 words)

 January 2002 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
January 2002 : ← - January - February - March - April - May - June - July - August - September - October - November - December
Euro banknotes and coins become legal tender in 12 member states of the European Union.
January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/January_2002   (915 words)

 Dates in the Roman format and modern expressions
At her festival in early January, she was addressed as Antevorta and Postvorta, the goddess who looks forward and backward, because January was the “gate” of the year, when the god of the Aeon died and was reborn from Mother Time.
In the later Roman Empire, he was shown either as a bearded or as an unbearded figure and instead of the staff and keys; his right-hand fingers sometimes showed the number CCC (300), and those of his left hand LXV (65), for a total of 365 days representing the number of days in a year.
A few German states tried to return to the January 1 new year of anceint Roman times as early as the 13th century; however, it was not until the middle of the 16th century that some European states were able to re-establish this ancient date for starting the civil-calendar year.
www.logofiles.com /jan-history.html   (1343 words)

 BBC NEWS | UK | 'I don't like Monday 24 January'
January has been long regarded as the darkest of months, but a formula from a part-time tutor at Cardiff University shows it gets even worse this Monday.
We're lucky in Scotland to have Burns' Night on January 25th, which is a great excuse to get together with friends, eat far too much (it doesn't have to be haggis, if you don't like it!) and have a few drinks.
I couldn't agree with this more - January is the Monday morning of the year - though personally my depression eases on the 16th, once we've passed the half-way point.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/uk_news/4187183.stm   (1292 words)

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