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    2015 (Wednesday) 2014 (Tuesday) 2013 (Monday) 2012 (Sunday) Day of the year. June 17 is the 168th day of the year (169th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar; 197 days remain until the end of the year.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Junius_(disambiguation)Junius - Wikipedia

    Junius was the pseudonym of an 18th-century political writer, of strongly Whig principles, notable for his invective against the administrations of the Duke of Grafton and Lord North. Junius can also refer to: The nomen of the ancient Roman Junia gens. Junius or Iunius, the month of June on the ancient Roman calendar.

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  4. Gaius Junius Silanus (fl. 1st century BC) was a Roman Senator, who was consul in 17 BC as the colleague of Gaius Furnius.. Biography. The son of an otherwise unknown Gaius Junius Silanus, it is speculated that Junius Silanus was related to Marcus Junius Silanus (perhaps his cousin).

  5. Junius is a self-titled compilation album by American art rock band Junius that compiles the Blood Is Bright EP and the Forcing Out the Silence EP into one collection. The album features remastered tracks from both EPs, while the CD and Vinyl formats include additional content such as expanded artwork, and lyrics.

    • 41:22 (standard edition), 45:41 (bonus track edition)
    • October 8, 2007 (UK), October 9, 2007 (US), February 8, 2008 (EU)
  6. Joel Munguia. Junius is an American rock band from Boston, Massachusetts that formed in 2003. The band is composed of lead vocalist and guitarist Joseph E. Martinez, and drummer Dana Filloon. Thus far, they have released four EPs and three full-length albums.

  7. Iunius. (month) On the ancient Roman calendar, mensis Iunius or Iunius, also Junius ( June ), was the fourth month, following Maius ( May ). In the oldest calendar attributed by the Romans to Romulus, Iunius was the fourth month in a ten-month year that began with March ( Martius, " Mars ' month"). The month following June was thus called ...

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