clear days


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clear days

the number of days available without counting the starting day or the finishing day.
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Captain Davenport was cheered by the promise of a clear day.
In conjunction with Denbighshire Licensing Department, North Wales Police have offered the licenced premises to close for a period of seven clear days from August 11 instead of formal prosecution.
Bottom line - boring facts thrust to one side - is that, says the report, players require three clear days of rest after performing against continental opposition and they don't get it.
Clear days are good for spotting goshawks, the sparrowhawk's bigger cousin.
RAFA BENITEZ now has a few clear days to work with the first team squad ahead of another home game and it will be valuable time.
By law, they said, seven clear days should have passed before it was officially ratified.
Both sides look to their batting as a strength and the bowling attacks may struggle to make significant inroads with three clear days forecast in Derby.
The "Grand Viewing Decks" on the 69th floor will offer full views of Manhattan to the east, west, north and south, with visibility approximately 80 miles on clear days.
On clear days, the void is filled with daylight that is transmitted down through the ceiling prism elements.
The spray of red maple leaves is as brilliant an announcement of autumn as you can find: a sight that brings to mind clear days, crisp nights, and the advent of seasonal change.
On a clear day you may well be able to see a whole lot, but Alan Jay Lerner, the producer, book writer and lyricist of this seriously loopy 1965 musical, was clearly not having too many clear days during its laborious conception.
Yet it seems, on clear days when no one's crying, it seems