- n. Plural form of vacation.
“The problem with vacations is that they do something funky to my sense of passing time.”
“And, of course, during the summer vacations is when we had all the kids out on the road with us, so Whitney - I almost called her Nippy.”
“It may be true that millions of Americans cannot afford to travel out of country - and sometimes - at all, but to think that McCain or many Republicans do not take out of country vacations is utter nonsense and you are a fool to believe otherwise.”
“I'd win vacations, but I'd still have to put myself out there to enjoy them.”
“You know Les, I think I can define all my vacations from the books I've read during them.”
“She called her vacations book-hunting expeditions.”
“During the 1870s and 1880s, schools and colleges began to teach physical education, and seaside and mountain vacations became more affordable.”
“A President who thinks vacations is more important than WORK should resign, like 5 years ago.”
“We're talking about personal payoffs: bargain vacations for the governor's chief of staff at Mr. Noe's Florida home, the fact that MDL Capital employs the daughter of one of the members of the workers 'compensation oversight board, and more.”
“During all these years (1973-1976) I maintained tight connections with Avram and fulfilled my duties as an "external" department member: during vacations from the military, and along with other members of the department that grew meanwhile,”
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