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- n. Plural form of hebdomad.
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Seventy weeks -- namely, of years; literally, "Seventy sevens"; seventy heptads or hebdomads; four hundred ninety years; expressed in a form of "concealed definiteness" [Hengstenberg], a usual way with the prophets.
After a few hebdomads of little to no results, they give up and go back to their 9 to 5 jobs.
After abruptly abandoning its coup d'etat command for Yokel Inc. 2 hebdomads ago, Microsoft Corp. said Lord'S Day that it have made a new, downsized offering to collaborate with the Sunnyvale Web portal while leaving the door unfastened to a amalgamation down the road.
For some ground people think, "I'm only a few hebdomads late.