Days

In architecture, days are the bays or lights of a window. That is, the spaces between the mullions.
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days

[n] - the time during which someone`s life continues
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days

Up to 19 BC the Roman week was an 8 day week which started with the Nundinae (Market day). Until the acceptance of the seven-day week, each of the 8 days of the week were referred to (in writing and in speech) as the Nundinae, the day before the Nundinae, 2 days before the Nundinae, and so forth. The other days in the Roman calendar week were desig
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days

noun the time during which someone`s life continues; `the monarch`s last days`; `in his final years`
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Days

Special days during the school year when all activities center around a theme.
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