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What are the uses of an almanac?

Almanacs are books filled with information. The first person to write an almanac was Benjamin Franklin (the Poor Richards Almanac). Almanacs contain important dates, weather, (MORE)

What is an almanac?

n.   # An annual publication including calendars with weather forecasts, astronomical information, tide tables, and other related tabular information.  # A usually annual (MORE)

What is the merchants gargling oil almanac?

This was an almanac published by the Merchants Gargling Oil Company advertising the wonderful effects of Merchants gargling Oil for the use of farmers, planters, merchants, me (MORE)

What is the purpose of a almanac?

it a document that contains a list of the days and months, data about the movements of the sun and moon, indication of feasts and holidays and other miscallaneous information. (MORE)

Who published Alfred's Poor Almanac?

Poor Alfred's Almanac was a feature of Mad Magazine in the 1950's and 1960's and was a parody of Poor Richard's Almanack first published by Benjamin Franklin in 1732 under the (MORE)
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What is dr miles almanac about?

It was a weather forecasting booklet put out by pharmacutical maker Miles Laboratories in the 1920s and 1930s, similar to the Old Farmers' Almanac except instead of interestin (MORE)

What information can you find in almanac?

An almanac will generally list the times of sunrise and sunset, moonrise and moonset, and sometimes tide tables. They usually have some long-range weather forecasts - which ar (MORE)