On Friday

On Friday   
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If on Friday night you had taken a pair of compasses and drawn a circle with a radius of five miles round the Woking sand pits, I doubt if you would have had one human being outside it, unless it were some relation of Stent or of the three or four cyclists or London people lying dead on the common, whose emotions or habits were at all affected by the new-comers.
So on Friday the student goes to the prison of his own accord, and is admitted.
The Duchess left on Friday, and we checked her baggage through to Lenox by the New York, New Haven & Hartford.
I shalt expect you by last train on Friday, in accordance with your letter: and, till then, I shalt say, in the words of the old song,
I arrived at Limmeridge House on Friday the second of November.
I expected to finish it on Friday, but on Friday, when the putting together was nearly done, I found that one of the nickel bars was exactly one inch too short, and this I had to get remade; so that the thing was not complete until this morning.
Uncle William could not have his on Saturday, because he had a heavy day before him and he was always a little tired after a bath, so he had it on Friday.
On Friday evenings the big, fire-lighted livingroom was crowded by callers and echoed to endless jest and laughter, while Aunt Jamesina smiled beamingly on them all.
But on Friday night he must be in town, having a Ladies' Charity, in difficulties, waiting to consult him on Saturday morning.
On his making the usual sign the ape mounted on his left shoulder and seemed to whisper in his ear, and Master Pedro said at once, "The ape says that the things you saw or that happened to you in that cave are, part of them false, part true; and that he only knows this and no more as regards this question; but if your worship wishes to know more, on Friday next he will answer all that may be asked him, for his virtue is at present exhausted, and will not return to him till Friday, as he has said.
On Friday, former employee Mike Smith was invited back to press the button to end generation, and mark the closure of the plant.
The event will take place on Friday, February, 1 and is organised by youth homelessness charity Moving On and the Durham University Charities Kommittee (DUCK).