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WEEK. Seven days of time.
     2. The week commences immediately after twelve o'clock, on the night between Saturday and Sunday, and ends at twelve o'clock, seven days of twenty-four hours each thereafter.
     3. The first day of the week is called Sunday; (q.v.) the second, Monday; the third, Tuesday; the, fourth, Wednesday; the fifth, Thursday; the sixth, Friday; and the seventh, Saturday. Vide 4 Pet. S. C. Rep. 361.

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In 2011, the original Night Ski app was released on the App Store after Mr Weekes had scoured the market for stargazing apps and found existing ones to be convoluted and more confusing than enjoyable.
Weekes treated the boys as his own and cemented his role as dedicated dad when Nicola fell pregnant with Adam, now 22.
Steve Gerard, Chairman and CEO of CBIZ stated, "The acquisition of Weekes & Callaway is an important step in continuing to build out our national footprint.
Mr Weekes said there was an incident involving the group inside Vox Bar when Roberts hurled racist abuse at a police officer before being ejected.
Weekes made 209 and a new star was born in debutant centurion Bruce Pairaudeau.
Weekes is also scheduled to deliver a seminar entitled "5 ways to improve international revenues through smart consumer payment strategy.
Reports from Al Arabiya have pointed at finger at Syrian forces for starting the fire that took the lives of 19 people, including two-year-olds Lillie, Willsher and Jackson Weekes.
The triplets' parents, Martin and Jane Weekes, had moved to Qatar from New Zealand five years ago because of work.
The new image exchange and item processing is part of the CUSO's expanding West Coast check imaging group of credit union clients, Weekes added.
The Night Sky app developed by Andy Weekes at number one of the download chart Stellar performance: Music teacher Andy Weekes helped design The Night Sky app which has taken the software download charts by storm.
The period in which Weekes made his key contributions was from the 1920s to the early post-war years, a time in urban history addressed in works including Sandercock's Cities for Sale, Spearritt's Sydney's Century and Ashton's research on modernism?
Competing in the medium and advanced medium classes, Weekes managed to accrue the highest overall percentage, and therefore win the amateurs' championship at the Dressage Masters event.