Tuesday

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Tuesday:

see weekweek,
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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When everything was settled, when Miss Tilney herself said that Tuesday would suit her as well, it was quite ridiculous, quite absurd, to make any further objection.
And all through Tuesday and Wednesday, and Thursday morning, he went on buying, while Ward Valley rose triumphantly higher.
This year Azerbaijanis celebrate one of the most significant Yel Chershenbesi (Wind Tuesday), the third of four magic Tuesdays before the most-loved ancient Novruz holidays, on March 13.
Celebrations of festive Novruz, which is marked on March 21, begin a month before the actual holiday with four natural elements such as Su Chershenbesi (Water Tuesday), Od Chershenbesi (Fire Tuesday) Hava Chershenbesi (Wind Tuesday) and Torpaq Chershenbesi (Earth or Last Tuesday).
WITH most people it's Mondays they don't like, with me it's Tuesdays, always has been, even when I was a kid.
Tuesday at school was always double maths, double everything I didn't like, plus a weird lesson called 'social studies', never understood the logic behind that one.
Weiner picked Tuesdays as the designated day for these in-house field trips because it would free up the teachers assigned to the after-school program to attend the weekly staff meeting.
Worth knuckling down: Community Tuesdays have been such a hit with students, they're more than willing to devote the other four days of the week to "power hour" study sessions where they practice reading, math and other homework assignments.
Tuesdays, Dec 2, Dec 9, Dec 16 and Dec 23, 10am-6pm.
Four pre-holiday Tuesdays of Novruz are Su Chershenbesi (Water Tuesday), Od Chershenbesi (Fire Tuesday) Hava Chershenbesi (Wind Tuesday) and Torpaq Chershenbesi (Earth or Last Tuesday), and each them is dedicated to the awakening of one of the natural elements.