- n. Plural form of week.
“I CAN wait a few more weeks, I CAN wait a few more weeks or maybe not.”
“Dear Hobbs! the weeks this summer -- think! the _weeks_”
“Others either count by Lunar years, or by weeks not _Judaic_: and, which is worst, they ground their interpretations on erroneous Chronology, excepting the opinion of _Funccius_ about the _seventy weeks_, which is the same with ours.”
“_Jewish Luni-solar years_,  as they ought to be; and the _seventy weeks of years_ are _Jewish weeks_ ending with _sabbatical years_, which is very remarkable.”
“_Know therefore and understand, that from the going forth of the commandment to restore and to build Jerusalem unto the Messiah the Prince shall be seven weeks, and threescore and two weeks_ (Dan. ix.”
“Before I proceed to give the Jewish explanation of the prophecy, it is proper to show in what manner the answer of the angel in it, agreed to Daniels question, and also the reason of his using the term weeks, and not years, or times, as in the other visions.”
“It goes without saying that four weeks is a lifetime in politics; two weeks ago nobody outside of Florida had heard of Mark Foley -- unless you were a well-built teenaged boy.”
“This person added that the preference of all involved was to "get a deal done sooner rather than later," which he defined as weeks rather than months.”
“In some accounts the gap between shipment and retail sales is improving and inventory levels are getting closer to historical averages, while on other accounts what we call weeks on hand of inventory have actually declined over the quarter.”
“Coming in "weeks" will be an app for the iPhone, Solomon told me via email today.”
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