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“The phrase in Las Casas is not _algunos dias há_, but _há dias_, i.e. not "a few days ago," but "some time ago.”
“This reminds me of what somebody said on another thread about the concept of time … usually very loose but not so when it comes to separate the buenas tardes from the dias, which is precise like clockwork.”
“My wife is from México City, and when we were living there I learned to greet everyone on the street, etc., with buenos dias, buenos tardes, etc.”
“The time issue is reflected in the Spanish (maybe just Mexican?) expressions "ocho dias"/eight days and "quince dias"/fifteen days which mean "one week" and "two weeks".”
“It is not enough, for me, that Mexicans have built in atomic clocks and know the precise instant it is no longer "buenos dias" and becomes "buenas tardes.”
“How satisfying was it to see Jersey Shore knucklehead Mike "The Situation" bomb on the dias of Comedy Central's roast of Donald Trump?”
“The really question is, what does an Argentinean woman see in a mousy, pasty-faced schlub who can ` t tell the difference between Buenos Aires and buenas dias?”
“The original version, which aired on ABC from 1966 to 1974 with Bob Eubanks as the host, had African American couples sharing the dias with white couples.”
“Hence, that one passionate moment in Biden's speech when he said, pounding the dias, never never never have American not met the challenge when they have had good Leaders. (or something to that effect).”
“The shoe landed in front of a dias, moments after Singh started to speak about the government's achievements in the last five years of power.”
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