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    (September 1, -September 30, )
    Ninth month of the year
    30 days
    Named for Septimus (Latin for seventh month)
    Birth flower: Forget-me-not, Morning Glory and Aster
    Birthstone: Sapphire
    Autumnal equinox
    Astrological sign is Virgo and Libra
    The worst attack on American civilians occurred on September 11, 2001.
    Despite not being the 7th month in over 2 millenniums, it retains Septem meaning 7 in its name.
    It usually marks the beginning of the school year.
    The climate changes from hot to cool as summer ends and autumn/fall begins.
    Some stores begin to decorate for Christmas which is three months away.
    In 1752, the British Empire began using the Gregorian calendar (September 14th followed September 2nd).
    Many think September feels like the beginning of the year because vacations end, kids go back to school and the new TV season begins.
    Jewish New Years usually falls in the month.
    Labor Day is celebrated.
    Harvesting begins.
    2/3 of Team Annoy and Richie celebrate their birthdays.
    Begins the rhyme 30 days has September.
    U.S. Tennis Open winner is crowned.
    The National Football League season begins.
    Fashion week brings many beautiful models to New York City.

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