from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as calendary.
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Now, to the point: Senator Clinton made an unfortunate historical reference given the subject matter but in no way meant to invoke anything more than a calendaric reference to other extended primary campaigns and the fact that nothing can be taken for granted.
Their chart is largely the same as the one I did with the NOAA data, but using the meteorological seasons rather than the calendaric e.g. DJF instead of JFM. oh and watch out if you want to test.
On a mountain near Palma Sola, located in the Parque Nacional del Veladero, calendaric pearls and 18 stones of granite engraved with a giant human-like, zoomorphic and geometrical details were found.
"winter counts" or calendaric inscriptions, though their arithmetic was meager and crude, and their calendar proper was limited to recognition of the year, lunation, and day — or, as among so many primitive people, the