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Where can a 2006 calendar be found online?

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2006 calendars can be viewed online at TimeAndDate, CalendarLabs, Calendar-365, CalendarDate and InfoPlease. Most calendars can also be printed out with a list of holidays, observances, full moons and leap-year status.

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TimeAndDate displays the 2006 calendar with moon phases calculated using local New York time. All major U.S. holidays and observances are listed. A drop-down menu displays major Christian, Jewish and Muslim observances.

CalendarLabs offers the ability to create a personalized calendar that includes holidays and week numbers. The website generates a view of any year, including 2006. The HTML code can be copied and pasted onto any blog or website to create a customized calendar widget.

Calendar-365 creates a calendar from 2006 with all legal federal holidays and observances. These calendars can be downloaded in PDF or JPEG versions.

CalendarAndDate displays a calendar with a listing of the day and date of all full moons for that year, including 2006. The website also highlights a few events from that year, including events like the Olympic Games, major business occurrences and solar eclipses.

InfoPlease displays a calendar for each month of the year, including 2006. U.S. federal, cultural and religious holidays are listed. Each monthly calendar is available to be printed individually.

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