Odd Date

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Odd Date

In foreign exchange contracts, any date other than the expiration date. For example, if the expiration date is the 19th, an odd date is any date between the establishment of the contract and the 19th.
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When the scheme is launched, odd numbered vehicles are allowed to ply on odd dates and even numbered vehicles are allowed on even dates in order to combat vehicular pollution.
The scheme which allows cars having odd registration numbers to ply only on odd dates and the even number ones on even dates was a huge success in its first phase.
Under the scheme, odd-numbered cars are allowed to run on odd dates while even-numbered cars are allowed on even dates.
If the number is odd, the car can be used only on odd dates.
Following the odd-even system, vehicles with even registration numbers can only operate on even dates, while those with odd number plates may ply on odd dates.
During the 2008 Olympic Games, the capital introduced a traffic ban that alternated days: license plates ending in an odd-numbers could drive on odd dates, and even-numbered plates would drive on even days, with the exception of public transportation and government vehicles.
Or, like me, you can split the difference and go scalloping on even dates and fishing on odd dates.
From July 20 to September 20, if the last number of your registration is odd, you can only drive on odd dates," read a regulation posted on the city's official website, adding the same would apply to even-number cars on even days.
THE paper has had some rather odd dates for festivals in it.
On odd dates, the JetHawks are on a five-game losing streak and haven't won since May 15, when they defeated San Bernardino 10-2 at Lancaster Municipal Stadium.
The north east and south west will be hit on odd dates (23rd, 25th etc.
The plan allows cars with oddnumbered registration plates to ply on odd dates ( such as April 1,3,5,7 and 9) of the calendar and even- numbered cars on even dates ( such as April 16,18,20 and 22) reducing congestion and purging the air of vehicle fuel- pollutants.