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:Each date's size represents how often it is referred to by name (e.g. "October 17th") in English-language books since 2000
 
:Each date's size represents how often it is referred to by name (e.g. "October 17th") in English-language books since 2000
 
:(Source: Google ngrams corpus)
 
:(Source: Google ngrams corpus)
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:[A regular Gregorian calendar laid out in a grid, Sunday first, on a leap year, with some numbers larger than others.]
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:[A regular Gregorian calendar laid out in a grid, with some numbers larger than others.]
  
 
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