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weekday

any day of the week other than Sunday and, often, Saturday
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Weekday bus services to Taipingshan National Forest Recreation Area in Datong Township, Yilan County, will be launched on July 15, according to the Forestry Bureau's Loudong Forest District Office (LFDO).
The Philippine Military Academy (PMA) in Baguio City will now be closed to tourists during weekdays.
COUNCIL car parks will be free to use on weekdays in Wigan and Leigh - the latest push from the town hall to boost to the local economy over the festive period.
The Authority for Electricity Regulation's (AER) energy audit of government buildings has found that even during weekends consumption is equivalent to weekdays.
In the same age group, either short sleep or long sleep on both weekdays and weekends showed increased mortality when compared with consistently sleeping 6-7 hours per day.
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.
Besides, most weekly trips are associated with home-work commuting, primarily concentrated on weekdays (Monday-Friday).
(BD 130 ++ on weekdays, BD140 ++ on Thursday and Friday)
According to the study, children aged 15, showed the greatest difference between weekday and weekend sleep, with 38.3% fewer children meeting guidelines on the weekends compared to the weekdays.
"Enforcement of rules around bedtimes had a significant impact, but only on weekdays.
When looking at the averages for total numbers of patients presenting for all trauma types, it is clear that, on average, the weekends are busier than the weekdays. In general, the quietest shifts fall in the middle of the week (Tuesdays through Thursdays), with the night shifts being less busy than the day shifts (Figure 2).