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'''February''' is the second [[month]] of the [[year]], coming after [[January]] and before [[March]]. The word derives from the Latin "Februārius" (ménsis), meaning  "expiatory" (month), derivative of "februa," meaning "expiatory offerings." National black history month in the United States.
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'''February''' is the second [[month]] of the [[year]], coming after [[January]] and before [[March]]. The word derives from the Latin "Februārius" (ménsis), meaning  "expiatory" (month), derivative of "februa," meaning "expiatory offerings."
 
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== Holidays and Observances in February ==
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*Groundhog's day is February 2
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*President's day is the third Monday in February
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*Valentine's day is February 14
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Revision as of 15:42, 8 June 2007

February is the second month of the year, coming after January and before March. The word derives from the Latin "Februārius" (ménsis), meaning "expiatory" (month), derivative of "februa," meaning "expiatory offerings."