Definitions for 365 days
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common year, 365 days(noun)
a year that is not a leap year
On the day after Bartlet gives his last State of the Union address, Leo returns to the West Wing but has difficulty getting the attention of the rest of the staff for a meeting about what to do during the remaining 365 days of Barlet's term. Kate and C.J. have to deal with emergencies in Bolivia and North Korea. Charlie tries to figure out how to get Congress to support funding for the Earned Income Tax Credit. Toby solicits Annabeth's advice regarding proper behavior for Abbey at a NASCAR event. Will asks why they originally chose Russell to be Vice President. And Bartlet seems to have recovered most of his strength after his recent bout with MS.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
And for this, changes are needed. We have to be working 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.
You heard me coming in singing happy, right? that means everything's all right with me. We don't get it 365 days a year so we shouldn't complain.
They used to say,' Christmas comes but once a year.' Not any more, our Christmas Chalets bring on the seasonal spirit 365 days of the year. Summer or winter, autumn or spring, we guarantee you'll spend Christmas in style.
Today’s high schoolers are straddling two generations — the ‘iGeneration’ of the ‘90s, who regularly used individualized devices, and the ‘Generation C’— C is for ‘Connected.’ They are online and tuned in to their social groups 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.
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