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The website CalendarLabs.com satisfies all calendar-related needs, including free printable calendars. The website has both monthly and yearly printable calendars for any year between 1800 and 3000, as well as the option... More »

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The year 2014 in the Gregorian calendar was the year of the yang wood horse in the Chinese calendar. This marked it as a year of tumult and high energy, according to experts in Chinese astrology. More »

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Though a popular misconception held that the Mayan calendar ended with the destruction of everything in existence, the end of the calendar was simply the end of an era, after which the calendar would reset. Some people b... More »

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The liturgical calendar of the Catholic Church marks events such as solemnities, feasts and commemorations of people and events that have special importance to the faith. Some events mark occasions or events such as Ash ... More »

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The Gregorian calendar repeats itself in 28-year cycles. A calendar for a particular non-leap year repeats itself after 11 years twice and repeats itself after six years once in a 28-year span. Calendars for leap years r... More »

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A 4-1-4 or 4-4-1 academic calendar incorporates two terms that last approximately 14 weeks, with the addition of a smaller one month term that falls either in January or May. For example, some colleges follow a modified ... More »

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A free calendar of 2014 is available at Timeanddate.com. Alternatively, Windows 10 and Mac OS X users can use the built-in calendar applications that come installed with the operating systems. More »

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