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1 Their first child was conceived in January and born in October.
2 is named after New Zealand's Sir Edmund Hillary, the first man to scale Mount Everest, who died in Auckland on January 11 2008.
3 Besides the interviews, "Rebirth," which had its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January, owes something to several cameras scattered near ground zero since 2002 to document rebuilding.
4 first outing at the Sundance Film Festival in January, Boyhood has won multiple awards. The Berlinale gave Linklater a Silver Bear for best director in February.
5 leaders will be ordained as Roman Catholic priests on January 15th.
6 To try to cover up what happened, I stripped off my wet clothes and hung them on a tree over a fire we built. We shivered in the January cold waiting for our clothes to dry.
7 strong relations with Israel matter to both countries, as became clear when they cooled during the invasion of Gaza in January.
8 In January 2010 researchers reported using a computer-controlled hologram to twist beams of laser light into pretzel shapes.
9 Sodini's blog suggests that he first contemplated the shooting last summer, but "chickened out" during an attempt on January 6.
10 In late January, I traveled from my Brooklyn apartment to a remote Vermont farmhouse belonging to a friend of a friend.
11 After Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation that took effect on January 1, 1863, it became clear that northern victory would mean the end of slavery.
12 Finally, in the summer of 1862, he issued a preliminary Emancipation Proclamation, to take effect on January 1, 1863, which would free slaves in those states which remained in rebellion.
13 The lake usually freezes over by mid January.
14 When re-released in January 2010, she will be taller and thinner, but still wearing an outfit similar to her first one.
15 January 13, a group of women wearing only underwear in the street of London paraded down Oxford street to protest against less and less options of underwear style for old women in par shops.
16 She should also have Scarlett Johansson's lips, the cheeks of January Jones and the jaw line of Halle Berry.
17 our first date at a basketball game in January 1959, we were always together.
18 January 10th, after the presidents talked on the telephone, Mr Lukashenka blinked; the transit fee was lifted; and oil began to flow again before Europe was seriously affected.
19 His recording for the Archive was made on 21 January 2003 at the Audio Workshop, London, and was produced by John Green.
20 The long-haired OA-Puss will celebrate her 24th birthday in January — much to the astonishment of Quentin Shaw, who has owned her since 1987.
21 Marines from Bravo Company, Battalion 1/8, patrolin single file in Zolmabad in January.
22 Women in the barracks at Auschwitz in January 1945.
23 On a bitterly cold afternoon in early January 2003, I found my husband Henry on his back, spreadeagled on the kitchen floor.
24 In the meanwhile, the AAAS symposium in January, 1908 was organized by none other than Charles A. Conant himself, who happened to be chairman of the AASS's social and economic section that year.
25 foundation released the initial portion of the interview in January.
26 But on this January night - at this defining moment in history - you have done what the cynics said we couldn't do.
27 January is the coldest month of the year.
28 So far, police have made only one arrest for the January killings.
29 In January I believed it was by far the best phone on the market.
30 If you find the winter months tough, particularly during December and January you may suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder, which causes a low mood caused by the lack of light during winter.