Key Date


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Key Date

In numismatics, describing a coin that is expensive or difficult to find because comparatively few were made in the desired year. Key date coins may prevent the completion of a coin collection.
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He said: "The conference is a key date that is attracting decision-makers from across the sector.
The event, now in its seventh year, is a key date in the calendar for one of Wirral's largest employers as award nominations are made by fellow working colleagues as well as patients and members of the public.
Although Christmas may seem a way off, Coventry Trading Standards officers are urging people to be aware that November 23 is a key date if they intend to order gifts online.
OPERATIC maestro Andrea Bocelli will be performing just five huge shows across Britain in 2012, including a key date at Liverpool's Echo Arena in November.
Lord Mayor of Belfast Naomi Long said: "This is a key date in the history of the city and it is important that understanding of the event's meaning and its commemoration is owned by all the people of Belfast.
If a certain month fits in particularly well with your business, you can book a key date in advance.
Northern Lights is now a key date in the region's cultural calendar with backing from Culture 10, and this year boasts over 60 screenings and a glittering grand finale.
The Fair, held at the start of the month, is now a key date in the annual cultural events calendar and bookings from galleries have already been taken for 2010.
But he has a couple of slots free, including the key date of Saturday, August 1 - seven days before the new campaign gets under way.
Residents of Borris, Co Carlow, are "anxious" over next week's Borris Fair, which is a key date in the calendar of the Travelling community.
After studying the Old Testament's Book of Daniel, he concluded the key date would fall 1260 years after the foundation of the Holy Roman Empire in western Europe in 800AD.
By general agreement, the key date was October 9, 1949, when England's Sadler's Wells Ballet, under Hurok's management and at his insistence, opened its U.