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  • ...d ten-day weeks have been used. Many cultures have set aside one day every week as a day of rest or a day of religious observances. ==Days of the week==
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  • ...nit equal to a number of days, now usually seven calendar days, previously weeks of between 4 and 20 days have been used historically in various places.
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  • A U.S. weekly [[newspaper]] and online publication, the '''''Weekly Standard''''' was founded in 1995. Its editors are [[William Kristol]] an | title = About the Weekly Standard
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  • #REDIRECT [[Black days of the week]]
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  • #Redirect [[CZ:Biology Workgroup/Biology Week]]
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  • #Redirect [[CZ:Biology Workgroup/Biology Week]]
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  • #REDIRECT[[CZ:Stub Week]]
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  • ...week''' is the distance that the [[light]] travels in [[vacuum]] in one [[week]] and so is a unit of distance. * 1 [[week]] = 7 [[days]] = 168 [[hours]] = 10080 [[minutes]] = 604800 [[seconds]]
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  • ...tandard starting point in discussion of most major variants of the working week. ...f creation as a day of rest or leisure. Widespread interest in the 40-hour week arose in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, as labor organizations and
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  • Distance that light travels in a vacuum in one [[week]]; 1 light week = 1.81314469 * 10<sup>11</sup>[[km]].
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Week]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Light week}}
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  • #REDIRECT [[Three Week Hero]]
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  • |name = Three Week Hero '''''[[Three Week Hero]]''''' is an album released by rock singer [[P. J. Proby]] on 8 April
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  • ...amatically bad days in history have come to be called '''Black [day of the week]'''--such as September 24, 1929, the beginning of the [[Wall Street Crash]]
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  • ...d other internal and external publicity for the event. Leading up to each week, we'll be doing significant recruitment. This is similar in concept to the Workgroup Weeks is the biggest initiative we have planned so far, in terms both of the amo
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  • ...! If you've navigated to this page, you found a reference to the Workgroup Weeks initiative somewhere and were curious what it is all about. Feel free to l ...spection can be found at the [[CZ:Biology_Workgroup/Workgroup_Week|Biology Week homepage]].)'''
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  • == What is Stub Week? == For the week of November 7 through November 13 (2007), we are--experimentally--actually
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  • The third day of the week.
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  • #REDIRECT [[Three Week Hero]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Black days of the week]]
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  • #REDIRECT[[CZ:Stub Week]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[ARC Weekly Top 40]]
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  • #Redirect [[CZ:Biology Workgroup/Biology Week]]
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  • #Redirect [[CZ:Biology Workgroup/Biology Week]]
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  • *[http://www.classic-car-weekly.co.uk/ Classic Car Weekly website]
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  • This is a bibliography of major works on ''[[Three Week Hero]]''.
    79 B (14 words) - 09:02, 18 May 2009
  • The [[moveable feast]] which takes place the week before [[Easter]]
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  • German weekly newspaper published nationwide on Thursdays.
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  • *[http://www.openaccessweek.org/ Open Access Week Homepage] ...ns.edu/oadwiki/Events_celebrating_Open_Access_Week Timeline of Open Access Week events]
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  • Distance that light travels in a vacuum in one [[week]]; 1 light week = 1.81314469 * 10<sup>11</sup>[[km]].
    143 B (18 words) - 14:22, 17 August 2009
  • A major weekly news magazine, owned by [[Mortimer Zuckerman]]
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  • Babies born before a full-term gestation of 37 weeks.
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  • A weekly scientific magazine founded in 1956 and intended for a general audience.
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  • Founded in 1865, a U.S. weekly web and print journal of opinion and culture
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  • This is a list of external links on [[ARC Weekly Top 40]]. Retrieved on 2010-03-04. *[http://www.rockonthenet.com/charts/arc.htm Rock On the Net: The ARC Weekly Top 40]
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  • Major U.S. weekly newsmagazine and web publisher, owned by the [[Washington Post Company]]
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  • Weekly day of rest and/or time of worship that is observed in Abrahamic religion
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