DDAY


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DDAYCommencement of Hostilities Day or Contingency Operations (usually written as D-Day)
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DDay would begin with a nationally televised debate between the presidential candidates, conducted in the traditional way.
(NASDAQ: DDAY), formerly known as Viggle Inc., has closed the sale of a number of assets, including the Viggle applications and rewards programme, to Perk.com, a Texas, US-based cloud-based mobile rewards platform provider (TSX: PER), the company said.
A STATUE to honour DDay's only Victoria Cross winner - Middlesbrough's own Stan Hollis - has been approved to stand close to the cenotaph.
RETIRED police officer and DDay veteran Peter Wright has just made his 100,000th scone - and at 94 he wants to make thousands more after nearly three decades in the kitchen.
The father of two and greatgrandad of five said: "It was a few d-days after DDay that our lot got there.
Danny Cohen, Director of BBC Television, says: "We all owe so much to the brave servicemen and women who took part in the DDay campaign and it is a privilege to commemorate and mark this incredibly important anniversary with a range of programming across BBC TV, radio and online."
ACOUNTY is approaching "Dday" in the battle over the future of its greenbelt, an MP has claimed.
MAYO launched the USA concert tour and brand of Global Onslaught-Australia-UK, an international music channel for bands and Concerts; WW2 Productions, (Americans on DDay), filmmakers in Dublin, Ireland to reality Hydra Properties' TV Shows in Abu Dhabi.
The sweeping cuts are expected to hit the regiment - formerly the Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers - which dates back to 1674 and led the way during the DDay landings.
Lisa Faulkner and Chris Tarrant both appear, with the latter investigating what his father, Basil, did on DDay that resulted in him being awarded the Military Cross, one of the highest honours a serving soldier can receive.