2018 Calendar To Buy
Perfect for the tennis fan, the official 2018 Roger Federer Calendar captures the classic style of one of the greatest players ever. Keep your tennis game inspired year round with these expressive photographs of Federer pictured both on and off the court. Please note that the emphasis here is on Roger. Date info is kept to a small bar at the bottom of each page.
2018 calendar to buy
What is an ICS?The universal calendar format (ICS) is used by several email and calendar programs, including Microsoft Outlook, Google Calendar, and Apple iCal. It enables users to publish and share calendar information on the Web and over email.
On July 3, 2018, a new law became effective that exempts single family dwellings from TOPA, unless occupied by elderly or disabled tenants. The significant provisions of the TOPA Single-Family Home Exemption Amendment Act of 2017 (Bill 22-0315) are as follows:
Academic calendars are published in full by August of the preceding year to facilitate planning. Please note that details in these calendars are subject to change; updates will be published as needed.
The Pirelli Calendar, known and trade-marked as "The Cal", is an annual trade calendar which has been published by the UK subsidiary of the Italian tyre manufacturing company Pirelli since 1964. The calendar has a reputation for its choice of photographers and models and featured glamour photography from the 1980s until the 2010s.
The calendar is produced with limited availability (20,000 are printed annually). Copies do not go on sale, but are instead given as corporate gifts to celebrities and select Pirelli customers. The annual production cost was about US$2 million in 2017. Marco Tronchetti Provera, Pirelli's CEO since 1992, commented that the purpose of the Cal is "to mark the passing of time" by recording the zeitgeist.
The Cal was originally created by the British art director Derek Forsyth. After an unpublished mockup in 1962, it became an annual publication from 1964. In some of the earlier calendars Pirelli tyres featured prominently, though this marketing aspect was later dropped. The first woman photographer to shoot the calendar was Sarah Moon in 1972. Publication was discontinued after the 1974 issue as an economizing cutback in response to the world recession resulting from the 1973 oil crisis. It was resurrected 10 years later and has been published regularly since then except for 2021.
For the first ten years of the calendar's existence it included photographs of fully clothed women, but an emphasis on nudity developed during the 1980s. The 1987 calendar, photographed by Terrence Donovan, was the first to feature only black models, included a bare-bottomed 16-year-old Naomi Campbell. The models were photographed topless in Savannah-like settings and styled in tribal fashion. The calendar continued to use mainly eroticised images until the mid-2010s, although in some instances the pictures taken by the photographers were considered by the editors to be too risqué to use.
The 2016 calendar, photographed by Annie Leibovitz, aimed to celebrate women for their accomplishments rather than their physical attributes. It included Fran Lebowitz, Mellody Hobson, Serena Williams, Yoko Ono and Patti Smith to represent inspiring women of diverse ages in almost entirely clothed portraits. The 2017 calendar was photographed by Peter Lindbergh and the women in the photographs were fully dressed and wore no makeup. It was the first calendar in which the photographs had not been retouched. The women photographed included Helen Mirren, Nicole Kidman and Julianne Moore. For the 2018 calendar, photographer Tim Walker chose to feature only black models, including Duckie Thot, Adwoa Aboah, RuPaul, Whoopi Goldberg, and Thando Hopa.
Between 8 June 2016 and 19 December 2018 the Eurosystem conducted net purchases of corporate sector bonds under the corporate sector purchase programme (CSPP). From January to October 2019, the Eurosystem only reinvested the principal payments from maturing securities held in the CSPP portfolio. Purchases of securities under the CSPP were then restarted on 1 November 2019 and continued until the end of June 2022. Between July 2022 and February 2023, the Eurosystem aimed to fully reinvest the principal payments from maturing securities. From March 2023 the Eurosystem only partially reinvests the principal payments from maturing CSPP securities.
The Eurosystem conducted net purchases of public sector securities under the public sector purchase programme (PSPP) between 9 March 2015 and 19 December 2018. From January to October 2019 the Eurosystem only reinvested the principal payments from maturing securities held in the PSPP portfolio. Purchases of securities under the PSPP were then restarted on 1 November 2019 and continued until the end of June 2022. Between July 2022 and February 2023 the Eurosystem aimed to fully reinvest the principal payments from maturing securities. From March 2023 the Eurosystem only partially reinvests the principal payments from maturing PSPP securities.
Since December 2018 government bonds and recognised agencies make up around 90% of the total Eurosystem portfolio, while securities issued by international organisations and multilateral development banks account for around 10%.
Between 21 November 2014 and 19 December 2018 the Eurosystem conducted net purchases of asset-backed securities under the asset-backed securities purchase programme (ABSPP). From January to October 2019 the Eurosystem only reinvested the principal payments from maturing securities held in the ABSPP portfolio. Purchases of securities under the ABSPP were restarted on 1 November 2019 and continued until the end of June 2022. Between July 2022 and February 2023, the Eurosystem aimed to fully reinvest the principal payments from maturing securities. From March 2023 the Eurosystem only partially reinvests the principal payments from maturing ABSs.
Between 20 October 2014 and 19 December 2018 the Eurosystem conducted net purchases of covered bonds under a third covered bond purchase programme (CBPP3). From January to October 2019 the Eurosystem only reinvested the principal payments from maturing securities held in the CBPP3 portfolio. Purchases of securities under the CBPP3 were restarted on 1 November 2019 and continued until the end of June 2022. Between July 2022 and February 2023 the Eurosystem aimed to fully reinvest the principal payments from maturing securities. From March 2023 the Eurosystem only partially reinvests the principal payments from maturing CBPP3 securities.
The online Hobonichi Store is the main place to buy products produced by Hobonichi. In addition to the Hobonichi Techo, the Japanese shop offers a wide variety of products like calendars, clothing, towels, and haramaki (belly warmers), to name a few. Hobonichi Techo Store (English) Hobonichi Store (Japanese)
The 2018 Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival will enchant film fans with science fiction, thriller, fantasy, mystery and horror movies from around the world. About 290 films from 53 countries around the world will be screened at the festival. Bucheon, just west of Seoul, is well-known in South Korea as a center for the film and animation industries.
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Emory WorkLife Resource Center Hosts Monthly Online Talks The Emory WorkLife Resource Center hosts live monthly talks through the online work-life library. Mark your calendar now for these all-new monthly sessions during summer 2018 and remember to register each month for topics that interest you. All you need is an Internet connection to join and there is never any cost to you. Live talk topics range from financial issues, parenting, special needs children and caregiving issues.
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This story perked my interest from the data perspective. What kind of information is contained in calendar datasets? And how can such data be used to support or invalidate hypotheses?
A calendar dataset consists of calendar entries. When converting the above image into a spreadsheet, one would create a row for each event (so multiple rows for multiple events on the same day). Each row should contain the following data, laid out in columns:
How changes are made. If the calendar is used as a diary, the owner may revise the information after the event happened, e.g. correct the list of attendees. Even if the calendar is purely used for planning, edits will be inevitable, e.g. the venue of an event might change before the event happens. How are such changes enacted? Some owners may erase and overwrite; other owners may black out and append; still others may strike out and append. In the first case, we have no trace of the change at all; in the second case, we know something has changed but not the specifics; in the third, we have both the old and the new versions of the information.
How the data was generated. Most of the data will be transcribed (by hand or by optical character recognition software) from the paper calendar to a database. Note, however, some of the data must be inferred. A good example is item (a), the date and day of week of an event. When we read the calendar, we know by the location of the text which date the event is supposed to occur but there is no handwriting of the date! So, in order to generate that column, the analyst must extract (using my own calendar as an example) the year from the cover, the month from the page title and the day from the column name. 041b061a72