A Day

A Day

The day (April 6, 2006) on which HM Revenue & Customs changed the tax-free limitations on pension savings.
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And twice a day I should go down in a Bath chair to the Colonnade to drink the waters.
During the best part of it I religiously followed the doctor's mandate and did nothing whatever, except moon about the house and garden and go out for two hours a day in a Bath chair.
I am looking forward to the time when we men shall have nothing to do but lie in bed till twelve, read two novels a day, have nice little five-o'clock teas all to ourselves, and tax our brains with nothing more trying than discussions upon the latest patterns in trousers and arguments as to what Mr.
Somehow I know this--my name is Justin--and at the same time I know that I'm not really Justin, I'm only borrowing his life for a day" (1).
One boy, whose body was A's home for a day, wakes up on the side of the road with no idea how he got there.
For Lester, just knowing where he will be for the remainder of the season was comforting a day after being traded along with outfielder Jonny Gomes to the two-time reigning AL West champions for outfielder Yoenis Cespedes.
It would be better to ensure that the SC residence is sold at least two years and a day after the sale of the Michigan residence (May 15, 2006); the gain from both sales would be excludible.
Yesterday, under cross-examination at the General Medical Council hearing, Thomson admitted he had taken a short cut by agreeing to add Mrs A to his weekend operations list just a day after examination.
According to new evidence, however, even 3-month-olds can learn the arbitrary order of a list of items and, when given age-appropriate prompts, remember that information a day later.
Immediately after the tragic earthquake in San Francisco last year, one Lucky Stores employee asked for a day off.