The Watson Institute for International Studies Holidays and Other Dates in the US Secular Calendar First published on 1996 July 15; last updated 2001 January 4 by Marcos J. Montes. Holidays Covered | Algorithms Used | References Output You will a receive a listing of the holidays covered below. Federal Holidays & Government Documents THIS SECTION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE AS GOVERNMENT RULES CHANGE. Official rules covering Federal Holidays in the USA may be found at the Office of Personnel Management. The following information in this section (in red on most browsers, and between horizontal rules) is courtesy the OPM. In-Lieu of Holidays: When a holiday falls on a nonworkday outside a full-time employee's basic workweek, the day to be treated as his or her holiday is the first workday preceding the nonworkday except, if the nonworkday is Sunday, the next workday is the holiday. Government Publications: The statutory listing of legal public holidays--along with statutory requirements-- is found in section 6103 of title 5 of the United States Code. Dates NOT Covered by this Calendar Algorithms
International Affairs archives A l'occasion du cinquantième anniversaire de la CEAI, la Commission organisa à Séoul (Corée) un colloque qui reprenait le thème de la Conférence d'Oxford, pour réexaminer les relations complexes entre l'Eglise, la communauté nationale et l'Etat qu'on avait étudiées soixante ans plus tôt, sous l'emprise de la menace représentée par l'Etat national-socialiste allemand. Nous avons pris conscience à cette occasion de la remarquable pertinence de ces discussions, et il est utile de citer quelques déclarations faites à la Conférence d'Oxford ou à son propos, pour nous rappeler que notre conception actuelle des affaires internationales doit beaucoup à ce que nos prédécesseurs discernèrent avec une vision remarquablement claire. Au sujet du souci causé par la possibilité d'une nouvelle guerre mondiale, la Conférence d'Oxford préconisait une conception globale des affaires internationales et affirmait ce qui suit: Condamner la guerre ne suffit pas. ... Evolution du mouvement oecuménique
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PASSIA - Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of Internati Area Code Listing, by Number The cities listed with each area code are the major cities for that area code; this originated as the city in which the switch computer for that area code is located, but is no longer the case. The cities listed are not intended to be exhaustive. This list is updated only when an Internet user informs me of a (pending) change. There are no special data sources from which this is generated -- just the cooperation of the Net. I do not have anything to do with phone companies etc; I do research in computer security, and this is just a random service for/of/by the Internet community. See also the listing by state/country and the NANPA data. * indicates that daylight savings time is not observed. "split" refers to a service area served by one area code being subdivided into two or more areas, with the original area code serving one of the subdivisions and new areacode(s) serving the other(s). The split/overlay information is not exhaustive.
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