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weekend

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The period between 7 p.m. (1900) Friday and 7 a.m. (0700) Monday.
 
Vox populi
The period commencing at midnight on Friday and ending at midnight on Sunday.
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The council has said an assessment will take place to ascertain alternative ways to meet the needs of those affected at weekends.
It is recommended to cut weekend services at Maymorn Day Centre, in Everdon Road, Holbrooks, at a cabinet meeting on Tuesday, July 9.
Study co-author Dr Kenneth Wright, of the University of Colorado, said: 'The key take-home message from this study is that ad libitum weekend recovery, or catch-up sleep, does not appear to be an effective countermeasure strategy to reverse sleep loss induced disruptions of metabolism.'
Aside from these reunion moments, my other weekends are either spent at home, with washing and cleaning house as my current and main workout program.
It's going to be a long weekend if you're waiting for someone to communicate.
The studio plans to expand "I Can Only Imagine," based on the story behind the hit song of the same name, to more than 2,000 sites next weekend.
Dickens knew that weekends, like most forms of happiness, derive their true magic from being earned.
Many would disagree with you that weekends have stopped being family days.
How many times has a friend said, "Hey, how was your weekend?" Would you answer differently if you worked part time rather than full time or if you were not happy with your job?
NE1 Ltd, the organisation behind the marina, said: "NE1 Ltd is delighted to say that the NE1 Newcastle City Marina is now reopen for business and is looking forward to welcoming the North East Maritime Trust to the marina this August Bank holiday weekend.
MORE than PS4million jangled through the region's tills at last weekend's Magic Weekend rugby festival.