Day

In many cultures, nights are named after the previous day. For example,`Friday night` usually means the entire night between Friday and Saturday. This difference from the civil day often leads to confusion. Events starting at midnight are often announced as occurring the day before. TV-guides tend to list nightly programs at the previous day, al.....
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Day

(from the article `Michelangelo`) The figures are among the artist`s most famous and accomplished creations. The immensely massive Day and Dusk are relatively tranquil in their ... ...before the observer the Madonna and Christ Child with the Medici patron saints, Cosmas and Damian; and beneath the two sarcophagi respectively lie ... ...
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Day

• (n.) (Preceded by the) Some day in particular, as some day of contest, some anniversary, etc. • (n.) The time of light, or interval between one night and the next; the time between sunrise and sunset, or from dawn to darkness; hence, the light; sunshine. • (n.) The period of the earth`s revolution on its axis. -- ordinarily divided...
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daylight noun the time after sunrise and before sunset while it is light outside; `the dawn turned night into day`; `it is easier to make the repairs in the daytime`
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twenty-four hours noun time for Earth to make a complete rotation on its axis; `two days later they left`; `they put on two performances every day`; `there are 30,000 passengers per day`
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Day

[Michelangelo] Day is a marble sculpture by Michelangelo, datable to 1526–31. It is a pair with Night on the tomb of Giuliano de` Medici in the Medici Chapel in San Lorenzo in Florence. ...
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Day

Day noun [ Middle English day , dai ,, dei , Anglo-Saxon dæg ; akin to Old Saxon , D., Dan., & Swedish dag , G, tag , Icelandic dagr , Goth. dags ; confer Sanskrit dah (for dhagh ?) to burn. √69. Confer Dawn .]
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day

1. The time of light, or interval between one night and the next; the time between sunrise and sunset, or from dawn to darkness; hence, the light; sunshine. ... 2. The period of the earth's revolution on its axis. Ordinarily divided into twenty-four hours. It is measured by the interval between two successive transits of a celestial body over the s...
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Day

24 hours, the time it takes the Earth to spin once on its axis
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Day

A day is either the interval of time during which the sun is continuously above the horizon, or the time occupied by a revolution of the earth on its axis, embracing this interval (the period of light) as well as the interval of darkness. The day in the latter sense may be measured in more than one way. If we measure it by the apparent movement of ...
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Day

Amount of time it takes the Earth to spin once on its axis.
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Day

Any day other than a Saturday or Sunday or legal holiday.
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DAY

Considered a basic unit of time as defined by the earth's motion. It represents the time needed for one complete revolution of the earth about its own axis. Also know as a sidereal day, it is approximately equal to 23 hours, 56 minutes, and 4.09 seconds. See night.
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Day

Considered a basic unit of time as defined by the earth's motion. It represents the time needed for
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DAY

Considered a basic unit of time as defined by the earth's motion. It represents the time needed for one complete revolution of the earth about its own axis. Also know as a sidereal day, it is approximately equal to 23 hours, 56 minutes, and 4.09 seconds. Related term: night
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day, period of time for the earth to rotate once on its axis. The ordinary day, or solar day, is measured relative to the sun, being the time between successive passages of the sun over a stationary observer's celestial meridian. The length of a solar day varies during the course of a year, so for p...
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DAy

Doctor of Ayurvedic Medicine.
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day

morning
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Day

Sunrise to sunset.
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Day

The period of rotation of the Earth. There are several kinds of days depending on whether the Sun, M
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The time it takes Earth to spin once around on its axis relative to some external reference. The two main references are the Sun, which leads to the solar day, and the stars, which leads to the sidereal day. The apparent solar day is the interval between two consecutive upper culminations (or uppe...
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Day

The USS Day was an American Rudderow Class escort destroyer of 1450 tons displacement launched in 1943. The USS Day had a top speed of 26 knots and carried a complement of 220. She was armed with two 5 inch guns; two 40 mm Bofors anti-aircraft guns; six 20 mm Oerlikon anti-aircraft guns; depth charge throwers and three 21 inch torpedo tubes arrange...
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day

time required for a celestial body to turn once on its axis; especially the period of the Earth`s rotation. The sidereal day is the time required for ... [8 related articles]
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Time taken for the Earth to rotate once on its axis. That part of the Earth's surface at any one time facing the Sun experiences day. As the Earth rotates, these parts move to face away from the Sun, receiving no direct sunlight, and experience night. The solar day is the time that the Earth takes to rotate once relative to the Sun. It is divid...
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Day

Type: Term Pronunciation: dā Definitions: 1. Richard H., U.S. physician, 1813-1892. See: Day test
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