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- adj. Relating to a calendar; calendarial.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Calendarial.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Belonging to the calendar.
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 This period has been generally held to be calendary.
Wes Welker, the recovery time is close to a full calendary year.
If there’s a single person out there able to guess that SpongeCell is a calendary app then I’ll let Kiera Knightly give me a spongebath (Hey, what can I say I’m risk averse …)
(oktaeteris), and the Mexican period of fifty-two years were calendary -- attempts to harmonize the lunar and solar years; in Mexico the new cycle introduced a new religious era -- a great ceremony was held in which domestic fires were rekindled from the sacred fires.
BI] One thing, however, is sure, that both in the earlier (Turanian) and in the later (Semitic) calendary of Chaldea, there was a month set apart in honor and for the festival of Dumuzi.
Its calendary reality is denied by Legge (in _Recueil des travaux_, xxxi) and Foucart (in Hastings, _Encyclopædia of