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period of time shorter than the month, commonly seven days. The ancient Egyptians used a 10-day period, as did the French under the short-lived French Revolutionary calendar.
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Whatever had been their quarrel he was as anxious to make it up as she, and perhaps he had been here every Thursday while she was round the corner in Pall Mall, each watching the post-office for an apparition.
In the meantime a long-legged oaf is waiting for her outside the post-office, where they meet every Thursday, a fellow who always wears the same suit of clothes, but has a face that must ever make him free of the company of gentlemen.
And all through Tuesday and Wednesday, and Thursday morning, he went on buying, while Ward Valley rose triumphantly higher.
Franklin's evidence) must have been in the room, and done the mischief, between midnight and three o'clock on the Thursday morning.
"But, my dear madam, it is ten days till Thursday week; so that by telling you what's what, we can save you ten days of unhappiness."
Next day, it happening to be a Thursday, Paul started on his travels.
On the following Thursday he visited divers art editors.
Seven of these in all he visited on that black Thursday, and each of the seven rubbed the surface of the painting with a grimy thumb, snorted, and dismissed him.
The next Thursday I went again to Richmond--I suppose I was one of the Time Traveller's most constant guests--and, arriving late, found four or five men already assembled in his drawing-room.
The Comte de Wardes of Thursday and the D'Artagnan of today are the same person."
Communicable Disease Center outpatient clinics will be open from 8am to 5pm, Sunday to Wednesday, and from 8am to 1pm on Thursdays.
Outpatient clinics will be open from 8am to 4pm, Sunday to Wednesday, from 7am to 3pm on Thursdays, and from 11am to 2pm on Saturdays.The Burns Surgery outpatient service will also be open from 7am to 3pm on Saturdays.

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