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A '''month ''' is a portion of a year corresponding roughly to the passage of the earth round the moon (a 'lunar month', of which there are, in fact, thirteen). There are twelve terrestrial monthsin the [[Gregorian Calendar]]. They are named after pagan gods and goddesses (January, February, March, April, May, June, August), Roman emperors (July, August) and numbers (September-December incl.). The number of days varies, but a handy way to remember which is which is:
Thirty days hath September<br/>April, June, and November<br/>All the rest have thirty-one<br/>Except for February alone<br/>Which has twenty-eight days clear<br/>
And twenty-nine in each leap year.
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