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The reformed Labour Standards Act will be in force from Jan 1st 2004.
Though it's now January, it's warm like early spring.
I'm expecting my baby in the middle of January.
He comes back from Singapore next January.
I noticed your Model 123 in the January 1997 issue of Techno-World Magazine.
I was born on January 2 in 1968.
I was born in Tokyo on the eighth of January in 1950.
It appears my mail on January 10 did not reach you.
There will be an in-person meeting of the marketing subcommittee on Tuesday afternoon of Jan 27, 1999 at the San Francisco CA Airport Marriott.
The working group on data transfer, led by Ben Manny, will hold a meeting on Jan 14, 1999.
The festival is held in the second week of January every year.
The purpose of the meeting is to make a plan for a new product prior to the Product Development Meeting in January.
The snow is very deep here in our town in January.
I wonder if you received my e-mail on January 10, since I have not heard anything from you yet.
January is usually the coldest month.
We expected that we should have a warm January, but we hear that this winter is the coldest in twenty years.
Exports in January were up 20% over the same period of last year.
Exports in January totalled $10 billion, a record for the month.
The price in January advanced 20% year to year.
Thank you very much for your letter of January 7th.

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