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Days of the week

DAYS OF THE WEEK. These are Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday. See Week.
     2. The court will take judicial notice of the days of the week, for example, when a writ of inquiry was stated in the pleadings to have been executed on the fifteenth of June, and, upon an examination, it was found to be Sunday, the proceeding was held to be defective. Forteso. 373; S. C. Str. 387.

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daylight saving
daylight savings
daylight vision
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daylight-savings time
daylily
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Daymaid
Daymare
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days
Days in bank
Days of devotion
Days of grace
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Daysman
dayspring
daystar
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Dayton
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Dayton axe
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dazed
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Dazzle
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