emoji 📆 tear-off calendar svg png

“📆” meaning: tear-off calendar, day calendar Emoji

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📆Meaning and Description

This is a tear-off calendar. There are dates on a stack of square paper. The color and date displayed on each platform are different. It generally represents a calendar, and can also mean anniversaries, dates, times, plans, events and schedules.
Apple, Samsung, JoyPixels, Google and Mozilla Platforms: July 17th is World Emoji Day.
Facebook Platform: May 14th, the date of birth of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
Emojidex Platform: December 12th.
Microsoft Platform: the 31st day of the general month.
Twitter Platform: March 21, the establishment time of Twitter-March 21, 2006.
LG Platform: March 27.
WhatsApp Platform: February 24, 2009 is the earliest registration time for WhatsApp.

💡Extended reading and popular science

The meaning of emoji symbol 📆 is tear-off calendar, it is related to calendar, it can be found in emoji category: "⌚ Objects" - "✂️ office".

Wikipedia: 📆 Calendar date
A calendar date is a reference to a particular day represented within a calendar system. The calendar date allows the specific day to be identified. The number of days between two dates may be calculated. For example, "24 March 2021" is ten days after "14 March 2021" in the Gregorian calendar. The date of a particular event depends on the observed time zone. For example, the air attack on Pearl Harbor that began at 7:48 a.m. Hawaiian time on 7 December 1941 took place at 3:18 a.m. Japan Standard Time, 8 December in Japan. A particular day may be represented by a different date in another calendar as in the Gregorian calendar and the Julian calendar, which have been used simultaneously in different places. In most calendar systems, the date consists of three parts: the day of the month, the month, and the year. There may also be additional parts, such as the day of the week. Years are usually counted from a particular starting point, usually called the epoch, with era referring to the particular period of time (note the different use of the terms in geology). The most widely used epoch is a conventional birthdate of Jesus (which was established by Dionysius Exiguus in the sixth century). A date without the year may also be referred to as a date or calendar date (such as "2 March" rather than "2 March 2021"). As such, it is either shorthand for the current year (commonly seen on social media websites) or it defines the day of an annual event, such as a birthday on 31 May, a holiday on 1 September, or Christmas on 25 December. Many computer systems internally store points in time in Unix time format or some other system time format. The date (Unix) command—internally using the C date and time functions—can be used to convert that internal representation of a point in time to most of the date representations shown here. The current date in the Gregorian calendar is 2 March 2021. If this is not really the current date, then to update it. 🔗 Calendar date
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📆Examples and Usage

🔸 📆Don’t forget that we are going to the Disneyland 🏰 together next Saturday!
🔸 I note that my desk calendar📆 ends much sooner, on December 31, 2009, but I do not interpret this as a prediction of Armageddon.

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Emoji: 📆
Shortname: tear-off calendar
Apple Name: tear-off calendar
Known as: Day Calendar | Desk Calendar
Codepoint: U+1F4C6 Copy
Shortcode: :calendar: Copy
Decimal: ALT+128198
Unicode Version: 6.0 (2010-10-11)
Emoji Version: 1.0 (2015-06-09)
Categories: ⌚ Objects
Sub Categories: ✂️ office
Keywords: calendar | tear-off calendar

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