On October 7, Loewen allegedly told FBI Employee l that he was ready to go through with it.
I spent only a few hours with the former governor, helping to prepare her for the vice presidential debate in October 2008.
Six months earlier, in October 1999, Jerri had made headlines for being the object of a daring airlift rescue at the South Pole.
In October 2010, the minimum wage will increase to £5.80 for adults 21 and over.
October saw the industry shrink; layoffs and closures abounded.
The message to Congress, of October 27, contained no specific recommendation.
They promised to stay till October, too; and we are only half through August yet.
Miss Davis will show you the ropes before she leaves on the first of October.
She changed the date and put it back from November to October.
An excellent German culinary apple, of first-rate quality; it is in use from October till November.
c.1050, from Latin October (mensis), from octo "eight," from PIE root *octo(u)- "eight" (see eight). Eighth month of the old Roman calendar (pre-46 B.C.E.), which began the year in March. For -ber see December. Replaced Old English winterfylleð. In Russian history, October Revolution (in which the Bolsheviks overthrew the Provisional Government) happened Nov. 7, but because Russia had not at that time adpoted the Gregorian calendar reform, this date was reckoned there (Old Style) as Oct. 25.