What Is a Calendar?


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2013 Holiday Calendar
February 18: President's Day
March 31: Easter Sunday
May 27: Memorial Day
September 2: Labor Day
October 14: Columbus Day
November 11: Veterans Day
November 28: Thanksgiving
December 25: Christmas Day
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The word calendar may refer to different things, but it is mostly used to refer to a system of organising days by giving names to periods, weeks, months and years. It is also used to refer to a system of hard pressured rollers, which is used to smoothen a sheet of material, mostly paper.
To my knowledge a calendar is an object that shows you all the months in a year. It also numbers the day and shows the names of the days of the week. Some calendars will list all the holidays too.
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