Without day

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without the appointment of a day to appear or assemble again; finally; as, the Fortieth Congress then adjourned without day.

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He underlined the need for doing all in power to ensure full and immediate implementation of the resolution without day "to alleviate the suffering of our brothers in Syria and protect civilians".
Most employees have been on the books for a long period & biz can run without day to day owner involvement.
After the closure of many day centres, and speaking to many worried customers who felt isolated and alone without day centre stimulation and the company of others, I felt I needed to do something about it.
a great not use control on roads as it can A SCOTTISH winter would not be the same without day after day of relentless rain.
The son of a pensioner fears she will be left without day centre care in Solihull following a huge hike in fees.
That transition wouldn't have been possible without Day himself, according to the CKOM station manager, and Healing Perspectives advocate, Brad Edwards.
It sounds like the ideal situation for maximum middle ear health is an infant exclusively breast-fed for at least six months, living in a healthful environment without day care, no pacifiers, bottles (if used) should be fully vented, kept on an iron rich diet, fully vaccinated, properly positioned to lessen GERD, and chewing xylitol chewing gum when old enough to do so.
Benny would do anything for anyone,", says Cramer-Eldridge, "often without day.
to be without Day six: "Went out for lunch with John and the restaurant had an offer on a large pizza and bottle of wine.
Aim generally brings a wider spread of investors than other forms of fundraising and, while those investors expect management to perform, they will usually allow management to get on with running the business, without day to day interference.