Sunday

[Lo-Pro song] `Sunday` is the lead single from Lo-Pro`s first studio album Lo-Pro, which was released on September 30, 2003. They released a video for it the following year. It would be the band`s first and only single from the album, and the only single the band would produce until almost seven years later, when they released `Alive` in Ma...
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Sunday

[n] - first day of the week 2. [v] - spend Sunday
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Sunday

First day of the week; in Christianity, Sunday is a holy day, set aside for worship in commemoration of Jesus' resu...
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Sunday

The Christian holy day; day of rest.
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Sunday

Sun'day noun [ Anglo-Saxon sunnandæg ; sunne , gen. sunnan , the sun + dæg day; akin to Dutch zondag , German sonntag ; -- so called because this day was anciently dedicated to the sun , or to its worship. See Sun , and Day .] The fir...
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Sunday

Sun'day adjective Belonging to the Christian Sabbath. Sunday letter . See Dominical letter , under Dominical . -- Sunday school . See under School .
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Sunday

Lord`s Day noun first day of the week; observed as a day of rest and worship by most Christians
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Sunday

• (a.) Belonging to the Christian Sabbath. • (n.) The first day of the week, -- consecrated among Christians to rest from secular employments, and to religious worship; the Christian Sabbath; the Lord`s Day.
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Sunday

first day of the week; in Christianity, the Lord`s Day, the weekly memorial of Jesus Christ`s Resurrection from the dead. The practice of Christians ... [5 related articles]
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Sunday

[radio programme] Sunday is a radio programme broadcast on BBC Radio Four on Sunday mornings between 7.10am and 7.55am. It features discussions of religious topics, including religious stories currently in the news. Although broadcast on Sunday, the programme does not merely feature Christian stories or perspectives as the programme include...
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Sunday

Sunday: see Sabbath; week.
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Sunday

Sunday is the seventh day of the week. Formerly, in Britain Sunday was considered the first day of the week, and some people still consider it so. In 321 a constitution of the Roman Emperor Constantine set Sunday aside as a day of rest in the towns, though the country population were allowed to work. In Britain, Edgar in 960 ordered the Sabbath to ...
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Sunday

First day of the week; in Christianity, Sunday is a holy day, set aside for worship in commemoration of Jesus' resurrection. In predominantly Christian societies banks, offices, and many shops are generally closed. It replaced the Jewish Sabbath, or day of rest, observed on Saturday. Church services are held by all the Christian denominatio...
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Sunday

[New Zealand TV programme] Sunday is a current affairs programme broadcast on TV ONE in New Zealand on Sunday nights at 7:30 pm. Presented by Miriama Kamo with a team of New Zealand reporters, the programme began when TV ONE did not renew its rights to 60 Minutes which had aired previously in this time slot. The hour-long show usually featu...
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Sunday

[computer virus] Sunday is a computer virus, a member of the Jerusalem virus family. It was discovered in November 1989 after a number of simultaneous reports from Seattle, Washington, United States, and surrounding areas. Several other Seattle outbreaks, including AirCop, were later traced to Asia. ==Infection== Sunday is a standard patche...
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Sunday

[Australian TV program] Sunday was an Australian current affairs, arts and politics program, broadcast nationally on Sunday mornings on the Nine Network Australia. The program covered a range of topical issues including local and overseas news, politics, and in-depth stories on Australia and the world, plus independent film reviews, indepen...
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Sunday

Sunday is an English name for boys and girls. The name Sunday is most commonly given to American girls. Although in most countries Sunday is a name given to girls. In the United States, 1 out of 66 Sunday`s are boys. The name sounds like: Sandy, Sanda, Syndy, Sindy, Synda Similar names are: Lundy, Sunny
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Sunday

Sunday (eɪ or i) is the day of the week following Saturday but before Monday. For most Christians, Sunday is observed as a day of worship of God and to rest, due to the belief that it is the Lord`s Day, the day of Christ`s resurrection. Sunday is a day of rest in most Western countries, part of `the weekend`. In some Muslim countries, Sunday ...
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Sunday

Ward in South Africa's District Walker Bay ; See there.
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Sunday

[The Cranberries song] `Sunday` is a mid-tempo alternative song taken from The Cranberries debut album, Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can`t We?. It was released as a promotion single in the USA in 1993, before Island Records decided to opt for a re-release the band`s first two European singles, `Dreams` and `Linger` in 1994. No video w...
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Sunday

The Christian holy day; day of rest.
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