from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- abbr. week
- abbr. work
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A contraction of week.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
It does make sense that CBS would plan for another twist kept secret in case the SAB left too early, such as wk 1.
Viz does ship in clumps, and 33/wk is quite high an estimate - probably closer to 18/wk which is still a big number when you consider things like shelfspace and backlist.
For example, I have mine set up so that whenever I type "wk" first, it changes to Wikipedia, "amz" goes to Amazon, etc.
March 12, 2009 9: 52 AM dearie 'its really pathetic, last wk i saw a footage of a FEMALE referee being beaten by sum spectators probably fans 4rm a rival team; d other week supporters of a local club were ALL gunned down on their way to watch their team play, i stil wonder wat the NFF, NSC n FG is doing abt it
After my CELTA, and teaching for some time, curiousity prompted me to do the Vaughan one wk training, which is a marvellous recap of the audiolingual method, and teach a semester as a Vaughan teacher to see what it was all about.
His approach to teaching a Philosophy of Mind course (1 3-hr session/wk) was to discuss whatever movies people had seen recently, and how those related to our lives.
Still, it's curious that banks choose to work their youngest employees 100hrs/wk and pay them double their peers rather than hire 2x the number of analysts.
Visiting NYC and NJ next wk, how do I get there by train from Penn Station, NY?
Seems to me you ought to be able to buy a cheap 1 wk license, you know?
I didn't have so much trouble in weeks 1 & 2 - but wk 3 ...
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