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weekday

any day of the week other than Sunday and, often, Saturday
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Parents who reported enforcing bedtime rules were 59% more likely to have their child meeting sleep guidelines on a weekday.
Dr Heather Manson, of Public Health Ontario in Canada, said: "We found that 'encouragement' as a parental support was less effective for both weekend and weekday sleep.
The company said it already added 14 trips to the weekday service hours for early morning and late night operations last August.
In Northumberland, a cremation is PS695 and to bury a deceased resident on a weekday will cost PS625, the cheapest in the region.
From 16 April 2012 the carrier will add a seventh weekday roundtrip service between the two cities, an increase from the currently operated six.
Normal on the door weekday entry for adults is pounds 16 making this offer worth up to pounds 32.
Additional Show tickets can be purchased at the special advance ticket prices of pounds 11 weekday adult (over 60s pounds 10), pounds 13 weekend adult (over 60s pounds 12).
Each patient recorded pain estimates on 2 days, once on a weekday and once on a weekend day.
El Diario reported weekday sales of 53,856 copies, up from 50,047 a year ago.
The higher mortality among acute myocardial infarction patients admitted to the hospital on weekends, compared with weekdays, can be attributed in part to a reduced rate of invasive cardiac procedures on weekends, reported William J.
Before the Port Authority restored PATH service to the World Trade Center site on November 23, 2003, the bistate agency expected the temporary station to initially average 18,000 weekday riders; to range between 20,000 and 30,000 weekday riders within the first year; and to average 24,000 weekday commuters after a year of service.
I WOULD like Virgin Trains to explain why it is delaying further the time at which passengers can use its weekday Liverpool to London service at a reasonable price.