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Various - Hit Of The Week (The First Three Months January-March 1930: 1019-1046) download free

Various - Hit Of The Week (The First Three Months January-March 1930: 1019-1046) download free

Genre: Jazz / Pop
Performer: Various
Album: Hit Of The Week (The First Three Months January-March 1930: 1019-1046)
Released: 1999
Style: Vocal
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Tip-Toe Through The Tulips With Me (1019-2D). 2. –Bert Lown Hotel Biltmore Music.

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What was the day of the week on 8th Feb, 2004? A. Sunday. We know that number of odd days in 100 years 5 Hence last day of the first century is Friday. Number of odd days in 200 years 5 x 2 10 3 (As we can reduce multiples of 7 from odd days which will not change anything) Hence last day of the 2nd century is Wednesday. Number of odd days in 300 years 5 x 3 15 1 Hence last day of the 3rd century is Monday. We know that umber of odd days in 400 years 0. (∵ 5 x 4 + 1 21 0) Hence last day of the 4th century is Sunday. Now this cycle will be repeated. Hence last day of a century will not be Tuesday or Thursday or Saturday. Given that January 1, 2008 is Tuesday. Hence January 1, 2009 (Tuesday + 2 odd days) Thursday. 13. If Jan 1, 2006 was a Sunday, What was the day of the week Jan 1, 2010? A. Friday.

The days of the week and the months of the year are the yardstick by which we define the turning of the Earth on its axis, and the revolution of the Earth around the Sun, and by which we date the events of our lives. As recently as 1930, the Soviet Union toyed with the idea of a 5 day week. The point about this is that a week - unlike a year (one complete revolution of the Earth around the Sun), or a day (one complete rotation of the Earth on its axis) - has no scientific basis; there is no astronomical event pertaining to a week, much less a week of 7 days. However the number 7 did hold a sacred significance for many societies in which ritual was of great importance. The Babylonians chose to assign each of the days in their week to one of the recognised 7 planets of antiquity. This same system was later adopted by the Greeks and Romans.

Time is very important for us. We organize our daily life, social, cultural and economic activities according to calender. Month is a unit of time which related to the motion of the Moon. A year is divided into 12 months in the Gregorian calendar. In this post, you can see months of the year, their abbreviations, number of days in months, the months of the seasons. Months in the year which are listed below; ( Starting from January and ending with December ). Examples with months: We are going to go to London in May. My mother’s birthday is in August.

January is the first month of the year in the Gregorian calendar and named after the two-faced Roman god Janus. They were added around 700 BCE. January and February were initially the last months of the calendar year, which began in March (Martius). However, in 450 BCE, the beginning of the year was moved to January 1. January originally consisted of 30 days when it was added to the 10-month Roman calendar. However, a day was added making it 31 days long in 46 BCE by Julius Caesar.

Have you noticed a recent trend at the top of the Official Singles Chart? If you look back over recent times, it's clear to see that the one-week Number 1 is becoming rarer. Acts like Justin Bieber and Camila Cabello have proven that a lengthy residency at Number 1 is totally achievable. But as impressive as most of those artists' chart-topping stints are, they've still a way to go before they match the mammoth reigns of these massive hits. We take a look at the tracks to have spent ten weeks or more at the top. Frankie Laine – I Believe (18 weeks).

Answer: The Babylonians named the days after the five planetary bodies known to them (Tuesday through Saturday) and after the Sun and Moon (Sunday and Monday). This custom was later adopted by the Romans. Emperor Constantine established the seven-day week in the Roman calendar in 321 and designated Sunday and Monday as the first two days of the week. The other weekday names in English are derived from Anglo-Saxon names for gods in Teutonic mythology. Tuesday comes from Tiu, or Tiw, the Anglo-Saxon name for Tyr, the Norse god of war. Tyr was one of the sons of Odin, or Woden, the supreme deity.

Ideally groups should be three to five students. Once each group has a set of cards, ask them to spread the cards, face up, on their desks. Explain the activity and begin. You will say a word aloud and the first person to repeat the word correctly and slap the corresponding card gets to keep that card. Repeat until all the cards have been gathered. Get everyone to stand to attention, like soldiers, and then follow the steps in the Gestures for Months March shown below. If this is the first time to sing the song, play it at least twice and let everyone enjoy marching around.

Tracklist

1 Don Voorhees Orchestra* Tip-Toe Through The Tulips With Me (1019-2D)
2 Bert Lown Hotel Biltmore Music* Through (1020-A)
3 Bert Lown Hotel Biltmore Music* Hello Baby (1021-A)
4 Vincent Lopez Orchestra* My Fate Is In Your Hands (1022-B)
5 Vincent Lopez Orchestra* My Sweeter Than Sweet (1023-A)
6 Ben Pollack Orchestra* I'm Following You (1026-D)
7 Ben Pollack Orchestra* Cryin' For the Carolines (1027-C)
8 Vincent Lopez Orchestra* There's Danger In Your Eyes (1029-C9
9 Bert Lown Hotel Biltmore Music* Congratulations (1032-C)
10 Hotell Pennsylvania Music University Of Maine Stein Song (1036-C)
11 Statler Pennsylvanians* With You (1037-B)
12 Statler Pennsylvanians* University Of Maine Stein Song (1040-B)
13 New York City Twelve Cottage For Sale (1041-B)
14 Jan Garber Orchestra* Lazy Lou'siana Moon (1043-C)
15 Harlem Hot Chocolates Sing You Sinners (1045-C)
16 Harlem Hot Chocolates St. James Infirmary (1046-D)

Credits

  • Compiled By – Hans Koert

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