### Table 3: Code reuse for the calendar of events

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### Table 6: Conditional and unconditional tests by calendar month

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### Tables 1 and 3), we see that the inclusion of calendar and

### Table 2. Models with Seven Calendar Variables and Outlier

### Table 3: Variable Values for Calendar Queue

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### Table 4: Calendar Time Component Resources and Parameters

### Table 7: Calendar Time Component Resources and Parameters

### Table 4. Test task 1: the calendar.

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