Rebekah has a new daughter, born in January to a surrogate mother.
In January 2014, a driver hit and killed a six year old girl.
But it wasn't until January that Shriver learned that the child, whom she'd presumably known for many years, was his.
In January, ASOS recalled the product because it contained radioactive materials -- but only now has the news come out.
The English site launched in January, and now Random House has released it as a collection of the best anecdotes.
These presumably came into general use on January 1st, 1916.
In January, 1876, the Herzegovinians gained a victory over the Turkish troops.
The birth of the Princess Elizabeth occurred January 28, 1635.
The Redistribution Bill was carried, January, 1885, after animated debate.
To-day for the first time since January 3, I have opened a Greek book.
late 13c., Ieneuer, from Old North French Genever, Old French Jenvier (Modern French Janvier), attested from early 12c. in Anglo-French, from Latin Ianuarius (mensis) "(the month) of Janus," to whom the month was sacred as the beginning of the year (see Janus; cf. Italian Gennajo, Provençal Genovier, Portuguese Janeiro). The form was gradually Latinized by c.1400. Replaced Old English geola se æfterra "Later Yule." In Chaucer, a type-name for an old man.