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=== Leap rule ===
 
 
To get the same mean year as the Gregorian Calendar it adds a leap week to 71 out of 400 years. It does so by adding the leap week ''Pax'' to every year whose last two digits make up a number that is divisible by six or are 99. Years ending with 00 have ''Pax'', unless the year number is divisible by 400.
 
To get the same mean year as the Gregorian Calendar it adds a leap week to 71 out of 400 years. It does so by adding the leap week ''Pax'' to every year whose last two digits make up a number that is divisible by six or are 99. Years ending with 00 have ''Pax'', unless the year number is divisible by 400.
   

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