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in January


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Definition (American English)

in, January
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in, January
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im Januar




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6. Januar in UKLast post 02 Dec 08, 13:38
Hallo - mich hat grade ne Kollegin gefragt, ob der 6. Januar in UK ein Feiertag sei. Im Brus…2 Replies
The book was only published in January 2010 - Es war erst im Januar 2010 erschienen. Last post 19 Feb 10, 11:06
I need to send the book with a funding application, and it was published after I submitted t…6 Replies
... welches bereits im Januar letzten Jahres abgeschlossen wurde - ... which was already completed in January last year..Last post 31 Jul 09, 17:02
Das Projekt wurde bereits im Januar letzten Jahres abgeschlossen. Oder müsste es korrekterwe…2 Replies
24.-25. Januar 2009 - 24th-25th January 2009Last post 05 Jan 08, 00:03
Es Handelt sich um ein Datum für eine Messe. Wird das Datum im englischen dann überhaupt mi…4 Replies
Apartment in Berlin during January (hopefully with piano)?Last post 12 Nov 07, 18:17
A friend of mine is looking to rent an apartment in Berlin for the month of January. He wil…9 Replies
Im JanuarLast post 03 Oct 08, 14:38
Dortmund, im Januar 2008 = (Ort /) Projektdatum unter dem Bericht ohne genauen Tag d. h. nu…1 Replies
in secret - im VertrauenLast post 13 Mar 10, 14:44
in secret secretly. They planned in secret to blow up the bridge. I will tell her in secret…17 Replies
january - der Jänner Pl.: die JännerLast post 28 Dec 14, 23:04 Replies
in ordinary - im Dienste Last post 04 Jul 06, 16:29 Replies
is today (January 2, 2012) a legal holiday in Europe?Last post 10 Jan 12, 17:23
Thanks. It is in the US: "New Years Day Observed" (although holiday schedules sometimes dif…16 Replies

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