january [dʒænjuәri; (-) 'dʒænjueri]
- In atlanta the largest metropolitan area in the south-east 3m residents will lose their main source of drinking water by january if the level of nearby lake lanier continues its precipitous drop.
- Matteo sereni is expected to leave lazio in january.
- Interbank liquidity increased notably in november in the face of increasing demand of hong kong dollar assets driven by the favourable reception of the sale of the tracker fund of hong kong and the conclusion of the sino-us agreement on the terms of the mainland's entry into the world trade organisation.
- I was born in january.
- In my january update to the council I referred to the al samoud2and the al fatah missiles reconstituted casting chambers construction of a missile engine test stand and the import of rocket engines which were all declared to unmovic by iraq.
- In january your father darnley was ill in glasgow.
- The lake froze over in january.bridges freeze before the adjacent roads.
- In january the smart money was on britain's first ever super-casino being given to blackpool a gaudy bawdy victorian seaside town in the northwest of england which is in sore need of a dash of glamour.
- But despite that and the fact bendtner and eduardo are still finding their feet in the english top-flight wenger will not boost his forward line in january.
- The president-elect has been preparing to take office in january.
- Just like a normal monthly calendar the year begins in january and each week begins on sunday or monday.
- I am moving in november.
- In january the number of notifications of scrub typhus was0.
- How many transformers blow in january?
- The share index has fallen10% since the peak in january.