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### What day is 556 days after March 18?

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The 5th of October in the following year is 556 days after the 18th
of March in a year. If the following year is a leap year, then it
would be the 4th of October.
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of March in a year. If the following year is a leap year, then it
would be the 4th of October.
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of March in a year. If the following year is a leap year, then it
would be the 4th of October.
The 5th of October in the following year is 556 days after the 18th
of March in a year. If the following year is a leap year, then it
would be the 4th of October.
The 5th of October in the following year is 556 days after the 18th
of March in a year. If the following year is a leap year, then it
would be the 4th of October.
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of March in a year. If the following year is a leap year, then it
would be the 4th of October.
The 5th of October in the following year is 556 days after the 18th
of March in a year. If the following year is a leap year, then it
would be the 4th of October.
The 5th of October in the following year is 556 days after the 18th
of March in a year. If the following year is a leap year, then it
would be the 4th of October.
The 5th of October in the following year is 556 days after the 18th
of March in a year. If the following year is a leap year, then it
would be the 4th of October.
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###### Asked in Calendar

### Why do all the dates in 2016 occur one weekday later than in 2004 - and all the dates in 2020 one weekday earlier than in 2004?

That is just the way the days work out. There is no particular
reason. All 3 years are leap years, so they would have the same
dates. If we take a random date, the 18th of April, and follow its
days of the week from 2004 to 2020, you can see the natural flow of
dates and where the leap years cause an extra day to be
skipped:
Sunday the 18th of April 2004 (leap year)
Monday the 18th of April 2005
Tuesday the 18th of April 2006
Wednesday the 18th of April 2007
Friday the 18th of April 2008 (leap year)
Saturday the 18th of April 2009
Sunday the 18th of April 2010
Monday the 18th of April 2011
Wednesday the 18th of April 2012 (leap year)
Thursday the 18th of April 2013
Friday the 18th of April 2014
Saturday the 18th of April 2015
Monday the 18th of April 2016 (leap year)
Tuesday the 18th of April 2017
Wednesday the 18th of April 2018
Thursday the 18th of April 2019
Saturday the 18th of April 2020 (leap year)

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### When does the Leonid and the Perseid meteor showers appear?

The Leonids are seen in November each year, peaking about the
18th of November. The Perseids are in August each year, peaking
around the 12th of August.
The Leonids are seen in November each year, peaking about the 18th
of November. The Perseids are in August each year, peaking around
the 12th of August.
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of November. The Perseids are in August each year, peaking around
the 12th of August.
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of November. The Perseids are in August each year, peaking around
the 12th of August.
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of November. The Perseids are in August each year, peaking around
the 12th of August.
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of November. The Perseids are in August each year, peaking around
the 12th of August.
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of November. The Perseids are in August each year, peaking around
the 12th of August.
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of November. The Perseids are in August each year, peaking around
the 12th of August.
The Leonids are seen in November each year, peaking about the 18th
of November. The Perseids are in August each year, peaking around
the 12th of August.
The Leonids are seen in November each year, peaking about the 18th
of November. The Perseids are in August each year, peaking around
the 12th of August.
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of November. The Perseids are in August each year, peaking around
the 12th of August.