day of the week


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"The best day of the week is a Tuesday or a Wednesday - you're almost twice as likely to see them as any other day of the week.
Friday is routinely the most expensive day of the week to fly.
However, this study is undertaken for the purpose of examining the existence of Day of the Week Effect exclusively in the Karachi Stock Exchange of Pakistan during three different political regimes of Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N), Pakistan Peoples' Party (PPP), and Pakistan Muslim League-Q (PML-Q) after the economic reforms of 1991.
The day of the moon is the least favorite of many people as it is usually the first working day of the week.
Sundays should be a day to relax and enjoy the last of the weekend break but the results show that people are instead spending their Sundays thinking about work for the week ahead, so they are the most dreaded day of the week," the Daily Mail quoted Claire Haigh of Premier Inn, which conducted the study, as saying.
First, the daily returns in the Chilean equity market are more dependent on the returns of the previous day than on the day of the week itself ([beta]).
Currently, residents must put out their normal purple bins on one day of the week and their recycling bins on another.
Psychologists have found that on average people's moods remain the same on each day of the week.
The study, by employment law firm Peninsula, revealed that more overtime was put in on a Tuesday than on any other day of the week.
Also, with the date falling this year on a Friday, which is traditionally the worst day of the week for accidents, drivers have a double reason to find other forms of transport today to avoid "a calamitous crashing combination", Admiral said.
They explain that Cecchetti's method has a program of set exercises for each day of the week. "Cecchetti divided the days of the week in such a way that emphasis was given to different muscle groups on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
The answer was good, although it was incomplete because he didn't specify what day of the week was Sabbath.