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Title 36 Of The United States Code
Parts Subtitle I: Patriotic and National Observances and Ceremonies Part A: Observances and Ceremonies *Chapter 1: Patriotic and National Observances **§ 101. American Heart Month **§ 102. Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month **§ 103. Cancer Control Month **§ 104. Carl Garner Federal Lands Cleanup Day **§ 105. Child Health Day **§ 106. Constitution Day (United States), Constitution Day and Citizenship Day **§ 107. Columbus Day **§ 108. Constitution Week **§ 109. Father's Day **§ 110. Flag Day in the United States, Flag Day **§ 111. Gold Star Mother's Day **§ 112. Honor America Days **§ 113. Law Day, U.S.A. **§ 114. Leif Erikson Day **§ 115. Loyalty Day **§ 116. Memorial Day **§ 117. Mother's Day **§ 118. National Aviation Day **§ 119. National Day of Prayer **§ 120. National Defense Transportation Day **§ 121. National Disability Employment Awareness Month **§ 122. National Flag Week **§ 123. National Forest Products Week **§ 124. National Freedom Day ** ...
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Flag Of The United States
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