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monthlong

(ˈmʌnθˌlɒŋ)
adj
continuing for the period of one month
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Adj.1.monthlong - last through a month; "a monthlong stay in the hospital"
long - primarily temporal sense; being or indicating a relatively great or greater than average duration or passage of time or a duration as specified; "a long life"; "a long boring speech"; "a long time"; "a long friendship"; "a long game"; "long ago"; "an hour long"
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Experienced yoga teachers Melissa Klimo-Major from Cleveland and Mikki Trowbridge from Salem are taking this pairing on the road for a monthlong national tour to promote the benefits of yoga inside craft breweries.
CAIRO -- Egypt's government has slapped a monthlong nighttime curfew on Cairo and 10 provinces.
Summary: Public schools will hold classes for six days a week in a bid to compensate for the classes missed during the monthlong strike organized by the Union Coordination Committee.
It's the official after-party to the infamous Azure fete, which traditionally ignites the monthlong Sydney Mardi Gras festival.
Light culminates a monthlong series of community symposia addressing human rights issues, offered by the Holocaust Museum Houston, the University of Texas-Austin, and the Jewish Community Association, and marks Ballet Austin's biggest premiere to date.
In monthlong lab studies with killifish, by contrast, constant hypoxia roughly halved hormone concentrations, Cheek says.
Every other year UCIP sponsors this monthlong study tour for young Catholic journalists as a crash course in one region of the world.
Japan will ask foreign countries to step up airport security to prevent terrorist acts on airplanes flying to Japan during the monthlong World Cup tournament from May 31, government sources said Thursday.
The Tokyo High Court, upholding a lower court ruling, on Monday rejected a Jiji Press reporter's request to reverse the news agency's decision to fire him over a monthlong summer vacation.
Summary: The Lebanese Army and police are set to begin a monthlong crackdown across Lebanon with the aim of arresting people with outstanding warrants, Interior Minister Marwan Charbel said Sunday.