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weekday

any day of the week other than Sunday and, often, Saturday
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The Port Authority also expected the World Trade Center Station to become the PATH system's busiest weekday station by 2006.
Escape the daily grind and Choose To Feel Good with Pancake House's P145 Weekday Classics promo, now extended from July 22 to 26.
The addition of the weekday bus service was made possible by the cooperation of LFDP, Yilan County Government, and Kuo-Kuang Motor Transportation Company, LFDO said in a statement on Wednesday (July 3).
Supplemental weekday rush hour trips added in December 2018 will be removed from the schedule in response to additional larger articulated buses being used to carry more passengers.
The weekday offer excludes the civic centre, Wilton Street and Chapel Lane sites in Wigan.
Available state data counts "the number of transit patrons making a one-way trip on any mode per weekday," according to the state, and the estimates excludes holidays.
"The results imply that short (weekday) sleep is not a risk factor for mortality if it is combined with a medium or long weekend sleep," they wrote.
However, this is the fifth time an election has been held on a weekday in Malaysia, with the last time being the 1999 general election, which took place on a Monday, November 29.
Most people head to the malls on the weekends, but shoppers can save serious money at the checkout counter if you head to City Centre Muscat and City Centre Qurum on weekdays.
(i) [O.sup.wd.sub.k]: normalized vector of hourly trips originated in zone k on a weekday
Manson said 'Parents enforcing a bedtime on the weekday could help support their child to achieve sufficient sleep.'
PARENTS should enforce a weekday bedtime on kids to ensure they get sufficient sleep, say researchers.