Day

Science / Weather / Day: Considered a basic unit of time as defined by the earth's motion. It represents the time needed for one complete revolution of the earth about its own axis. Also know as a sidereal day, it is approximately equal to 23 hours, 56 minutes, and 4.09 seconds.

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Day Noun Synonyms: time, hour, age, period, era, epoch, date, prime, heyday, lifetime
Day Verb Synonyms: daytime, daylight, broad daylight, light of day
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Hiroshima Day

Life Style / Holiday / Hiroshima Day: Hiroshima Day is observed in many parts of the world with special vigils and peace marches. It is held to commemorate the dropping of the first atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima on August MORE

Day Of Deposit To Day Of Withdrawal Account

Business / Finance / Day Of Deposit To Day Of Withdrawal Account: A loan from a bank to a broker prior to the delivery of securities. Upon the delivery of the securities, a day loan becomes a regular broker call loan for which securities serve as collateral. MORE

Groundhog Day

Life Style / Holiday / Groundhog Day: Groundhogs are suppose to come out of hibernation on February 2 to see how the weather is doing. If the sun is shining and they see a shadow they are said to be frightened and go back inside. Those wh MORE

Greek Independence Day

Life Style / Holiday / Greek Independence Day: Since 1821, the Greeks have observed March 25 as their national Independence Day. Commemorating the day they gained their freedom from Turkey. Evangelismou is an old Christian holy day to remember the MORE

Holy Innocents Day

Life Style / Holiday / Holy Innocents Day: Catholic Holy Day, observed in commemoration of the slaughter of male infants in Bethlehem during Herod the Great's attempt to kill the infant Jesus. It is a time for children to be especially blessed MORE

Holy Saturday

Life Style / Holiday / Holy Saturday: The day before Easter Sunday. Some people celebrate Holy Saturday. The Czechs call it White Saturday and attend midnight church services. Romanians attend a Mass of Resurrection on Holy Saturday. Many MORE

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