awayday


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awayday

(əˈweɪˌdeɪ)
n
a trip taken for pleasure, relaxation, etc; day excursion
[C20: from awayday ticket, name applied to some special-rate railway day returns]
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Q At an awayday, my boss made a series of lewd suggestions and tried to follow me to my room.
Magic Weekend, the league's showpiece awayday, has been a massive success in the city in 2015, 2016 and this year.
For a lone traveller driving a car averaging 35 miles per gallon, it would cost over PS1000 to attend every awayday this season.
Everton's previous best awayday run was 10 without reply, on six separate occasions.
30pm Next week is the annual awayday trip to the Blackpool Tower Ballroom, so the stakes are high for the remaining 10 celebrities tonight as they bid to stay in.
Leinster are still 11-point favourites playing in front of their home fans at the RDS, while Stade must aim to pull off another awayday shock having won as underdogs at Bath in the quarter-finals and at Perpignan in the semis.
Southport made their man advantage count and in the final minute Mukendi struck from the edge of the penalty area to snatch another awayday victory.
The acting isn't too bad and the soundtrack, featuring the likes of Joy Division and Ultravox, is probably the best thing about the film - but that's no reason to shell out for a cinema awayday watching this drivel.
The awayday was about reinforcing the skills people had learned over the years in customer care training and reminding them that they were speaking to individuals with problems.
Speaking from awayday venue Hartwell House in Buckinghamshire, Mr Duncan Smith said: 'This is the best political position we have had for 10 years, 10 points better than we were at the beginning of the year, just ahead of the Government - give or take - whichever polls you look at.
SCOTLAND skipper Bryan Redpath looked back on another Calcutta Cup awayday of gloom - then thanked his lucky stars he plays WITH Jason Robinson most weeks.