Julian date

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Julian date

(jool′yăn)
[Julius Caesar, Roman general, ca 44 b.c., who devised the Julian calendar]
In medical records, identifying a calendar date by using a code for the day of the year. Each day is numbered sequentially from 1 through 365, or 366 on leap years.
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In this paper, we present two Gregorian dates related to the aviv searches for each year--(1) the date of the latest search during which aviv barley was not found; and (2) the date of the earliest search during which aviv barley was found.
Both the Hebrew and Gregorian dates are used on all official government communications and documents, including personal ID cards and birth and death certificates.
The Gregorian date June 1618 could be accurate as well, though Noorduyn, following Ligtvoet, agrees that the most likely year is 1619.
Each year, Eid al-Adha (like other Islamic holidays) falls on one of about 2-4 different Gregorian dates in different parts of the world, because the boundary of crescent visibility is different from the International Date Line.
N Obliging all government bodies to write Islamic dates besides Gregorian dates