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  • n. Plural form of weekend.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of weekend.


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  • January 10th, 2009 at 12: 03 pm certain weekends are scheduled for increased police staffing levels

    Matthew Yglesias » All Hands on Deck

  • Outpatient medical care for emergencies on evenings, nights and weekends is provided by the outpatient fellow on-call in conjunction with the attending physician.

    Your Child's Healthcare Team

  • The partners stayed until 10pm every night and came in weekends, and it was expected that associates do the same.

    Flashback Meme

  • Ajax on Jun 23, 2008 what do you mean that this summer hasn't been so hot?? the only reason nthe other summers have had higher grossing opening weekends is because it had huge franchises like shrek, spiderman, and pirates to back it up. this year doesn't but it makes up for it with a lot more 50+M opening then years past. so the statement i think is wrong.

    Sunday Discussion: The Financial Success of The Dark Knight «

  • I imagine is very hard to update the blog in weekends too.

    Matthew Yglesias » Berman on Penn

  • For serious tasters, avoidance of holiday weekends is a must as the crowds can be bothersome at times.

    Visting the Finger Lakes: Part 1

  • The area dedicated to recreation during the weekends is inversely proportional to the energy consumed during the week.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • They are NEVER in weekends BUT they tell US that WE cannot survive or function without them until the weekend when suddenly we can survive. on January 2, 2007 at 6: 23 pm | Reply T

    Far Too Many Robots « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • It will be the last opportunity to take advantage of the three free weekends from the National Park Service this summer.

  • Working early at weekends is really not compatible with the amount of red wine I drank last night.

    The One Where It's 6 O' Clock In The Morning


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