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The Finance reports from October, November, December and January were accepted as circulated.
Subsequently, textile and clothing exports posted 10.54%, 23.54%, 12% and 8.72% growth during October, November, December and January, respectively.
Sponsored by Eden-Park and LRUF, the cup will see six teams play five rounds -- in October, November, December, February and April -- and the side that collects most points combined will be crowned champions.
According to notification, the hike in prices is announced for the months of October, November, December 2011 and January 2012.
Turkish Statistical Board, TurkStat, released on Wednesday labor cost index for the third quarter (October, November, December).
Although there were still 218,789 Oregonians who were unemployed in January, employment has risen rapidly during each of four months - October, November, December and January - with an average monthly gain of 4,900, said David Cooke, an economist with the state Employment Department.
Middlesbrough-based pawnbroking business Ramsdens has agreed a six-figure sum to be the club's official shirt sponsor throughout October, November, December and January.
While June is a popular month to make love, the same holds true for the months of October, November, December and January, according to new figures.
"In October, November, December and January, horses are not running on the same ground as at the festival as you can't rely on the ground recuperating sufficiently during the winter."
We plan to devote some of our 4th quarter (October, November, December) publication to this issue.
Asked if he had thought he might be forced into retirement, he added: "September, October, November, December. Do you want me to go on?