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December 10, 1963: U.S. Dyna-Soar project goes the way of the dinosaur
December 10, 1963: U.S. Dyna-Soar project goes the way of the dinosaur
December 20, 1963: Studebaker stops production in U.S.
December 20, 1963: Studebaker stops production in U.S.

The following events occurred in December 1963:

December 1, 1963 (Sunday)

December 2, 1963 (Monday)

December 3, 1963 (Tuesday)

the new lira
the new lira
the old "bed sheet sized" bill
the old "bed sheet sized" bill

December 4, 1963 (Wednesday)

December 5, 1963 (Thursday)

December 6, 1963 (Friday)

December 7, 1963 (Saturday)

December 8, 1963 (Sunday)

December 9, 1963 (Monday)

December 10, 1963 (Tuesday)

Zanzibar flag
Zanzibar flag

December 11, 1963 (Wednesday)

December 12, 1963 (Thursday)

Kenya
Kenya

December 13, 1963 (Friday)

December 14, 1963 (Saturday)

December 15, 1963 (Sunday)

December 16, 1963 (Monday)

December 17, 1963 (Tuesday)

December 18, 1963 (Wednesday)

December 19, 1963 (Thursday)

December 20, 1963 (Friday)

December 21, 1963 (Saturday)

TIROS 8
TIROS 8
France 2
France 2

December 22, 1963 (Sunday)

December 23, 1963 (Monday)

December 24, 1963 (Tuesday)

December 25, 1963 (Wednesday)

December 26, 1963 (Thursday)

December 27, 1963 (Friday)

December 28, 1963 (Saturday)

December 29, 1963 (Sunday)

December 30, 1963 (Monday)

Monty Hall makes a deal
Monty Hall makes a deal

December 31, 1963 (Tuesday)

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