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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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Key dates and timetable expressions of interest deadline - 12:00pm monday 9 april 2018 submission deadline - 12:00pm monday 16 april 2018 evaluation and appointment - by friday 27 april 2018 inception meeting - week commencing 14 may 2018 draft report - monday 23 july 2018 final report and presentation - week commencing 13 august 2018.
The conference aimed to prepare students with the information they need to make this year successful, for example, they were presented with information on: how to study and revise; key dates they will need to know and how to maximise their achievement.
For instance, create a timeline showing the dates of the letters of a soldier and connect them with key dates during the war.
During a meeting, Monday, between federation President Wadii Jerry and UNICEF Representative in Tunis Lila Pieters, it was agreed to associate the Tunisian soccer with two key dates in matters of child rights, that of December 11, 1946, date of UNICEF creation and that of November 20, 1989, date of the UN General Assembly's adoption of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child, ratified by Tunisia, January 30, 1992.
Key dates such as her two marriages were revealed, the emergence of her favourite character, Hercule Poirot, and her trip to the East which inspired her book "Murder on the Orient Express".
Aston Villa transfer rumour mill 2: Fixtures 2015/2016: Aston Villa, Birmingham City, West Brom, Wolves - key dates for your diary 3: Blues fan fined for chanting abuse at West Brom supporters 4: 17 things you only know if you live in Kings Heath 5: GOSSIP: Aston Villa surprisingly linked with Championship defender
Mitchell (History and Comparative American Studies, Oberlin College, Ohio) begins with a chronology of key dates in Latino history, then takes the reader through the various eras of Latino history.
The theme of the exhibition are key dates during the reign of Queen Victoria (1837-1901) which are related to maritime activities in Llandudno during that time.
3 ( ANI ): A new study has revealed that Britons have lost the ability to remember key dates in history as a result of easy searching on sites like Google.
The expected missile launch has kept Seoul and Washington on heightened alert for the past month, particularly on key dates such as the founding anniversary of the North's military and the birth of its late founding leader.
The exhibition, 21 Years in Images, looks back over the past two decades of university life, highlighting the dramatic physical change, its famous graduates, honorary graduates and staff, as well key dates in its recent history, through a 40ft timeline.
Credit unions need to understand the key components of this technology, what it means to the industry, Visa and MasterCard timelines and key dates, and considerations for their planning processes.