Day [noun]

Definition of Day:

light part of every 24 hours

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Sentence/Example of Day:

Biden, who has held public events less regularly, has been seen wearing a mask on 28, including on all but five days this month.

The rules are defined day by day by people with subjective points of view.

When you have 15 people, and the 15 within a couple of days is going to be down to close to zero.

Earlier in the day, Redfield had said wearing a mask was more effective than a vaccine.

It’s light enough to wear in the middle of the day here in the muggy South, and dries fast enough that I usually keep it on while I go overboard for a dip.

I cut my hair day -1 of Outward BoundMy thinking was that donors, supporters, partners, etc.

Right now, the platform is showing two shows per day but Fitzgibbons said the goal is to scale that up to 10 per day.

Even as the days cool down, they’re still the first thing I reach for every morning.

Back at the Galleria, Gary Patel is still watching the slow days go by, hoping that the building’s management will at least open more of the five doors into the mall so that people might come in for snacks.

Amazon Prime Day is reportedly coming in October, which will mean competitors will also be making an early promotional push at the same time.