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Cristina Moldovan do Amaral  Identity Verified
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Mar 19, 2004

Congratulations to all who celebrate the Zoroastrain New Year!
Noroozetan pirooz, har roozetan norooz! Saletan mobarak!

New Year 1383 Time

New Year begins on Saturday Farvardin 1, 1383 (March 20, 2004)
at 10:18:37 AM Tehran Time.

Tehran, Iran 10:18:37 AM on Saturday March 20, 2004
Paris 07:48:37 AM on Saturday March 20, 2004
London 06:48:37 AM on Saturday March 20, 2004
Australia/Newzeland 05:48:37 PM on Saturday March 20, 2004
Tokyo 03:48:37 PM on Saturday March 20, 2004
Eastern North America 01:48:37 AM on Saturday March 20, 2004
Central North America 00:48:37 AM on Saturday March 20, 2004
Mountain North America 11:48:37 PM on Friday March 19, 2004
Pacific North America 10:48:37 PM on Friday March 19, 2004

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Magda Dziadosz  Identity Verified
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Happy New Year! Mar 20, 2004

May it be a good and happy year for all of you!

All the best,

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Rahi Moosavi  Identity Verified
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Nourouzetan Pirouz ! Mar 21, 2004

Thanks to Cristina for raising this and happy new year to all of you out there !

Sar Faraz Bashid

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