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Encyclopedia > July 19th

July 19 is the 200th day (201st in leap years) of the year in the Gregorian Calendar, with 165 days remaining.

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July 19th (2565 words)
July 19, 1333, is the date of a remarkable battle between the Scots and English at Halidon Hill.
In Italy, July is the month of bread; August, the month of wine: in the first, the Roman peasants reap; in the second, they gather the grapes.
July 8, 1685.' The pump has been removed, but the stone bearing the inscription was preserved in the garden of the house, afterwards known by the name of Walbrough House.
Structured Settlement Information, news and definitions (3264 words)
Contact the company that is responsible for administering your payments, your attorney, the company that settled your case, or the broker that assisted you with the structured settlement during the settlement.
A structured settlement is a financial or insurance arrangement, including periodic payments, that a claimant accepts to resolve a personal injury tort claim or to compromise a statutory periodic payment obligation.
On July 1, 2006, a new state consumer protection law governing the sale of structured settlement payments by injury victims goes into effect in Alabama.  The state is the 46th to enact a structured settlement protection act.  Governor Robert Riley signed the act on April 27.
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