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days of the week

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  • [476] Part of what occurred would have been a violation of the Sabbath; in later times there were assemblies in the synagogue on the second and fifth days of the week (Winer, Real woerterbuch. 2d ed., vol. ii., p. [477] It is part of John's manner not to distinguish individuals or classes closely in his narrations.

    The Life of Jesus Christ in Its Historical Connexion and Historical Developement.

  • Niyazov has renamed days of the week and months of the year after himself, his family, and Ruhnama’s most colorful characters.

    The J Curve

  • It’s not that I’m not happy to see you, Mistress Blanchard, and on a Sunday one ought to be able to welcome visitors, but the weather takes no account of the days of the week and if the wind rips the roof off a cowshed on a Saturday night, then the farmer has to put it back on the Sunday if he cares a straw for his stock.

    To Ruin a Queen

  • Hence the seven days of the week were dedicated to the planets, seven metals were sacred to them, seven rites of initiation were made to perfect the Mithraist, and so on.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • A mechanical mis-entry in the diary threw all the orderly days of the week into

    The Confessions of a Beachcomber

  • Today the term feria is used to denote the days of the week with the exception of Sunday and Saturday.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • You want extra-cheese pizza all the time, but you deny yourself by only having it on days of the week that end with the letters d-a-y.

    CSS: Shaping the New You

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