Crossword clues for days
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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adv. During the day. n. 1 (plural of day English) 2 A particular time or period of vague extent.
n. the time during which someone's life continues; "the monarch's last days"; "in his final years" [syn: years]
"Days" is a single released by High and Mighty Color on August 17, 2005.
"Days" is a song by The Kinks, written by lead singer Ray Davies, released as a single in 1968. It also appeared on an early version of the album The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society (released only in continental Europe and New Zealand), and now appears as a bonus track of the remastered CD. On the original Pye 7N 17573 label, the name of the song is "Day's" due to a grammatical error.
"Days" is a short poem (10 lines) by Philip Larkin, written in 1953 and included in his 1964 collection The Whitsun Weddings.
It begins with a section of 6 lines, openingWhat are days for?
in a mock-contented tone.
The final 4 lines bring a brutal replyAh, solving that question Brings the priest and the doctor In their long coats Running over the fields.
"Days" is the fourteenth single by Japanese recording artist Alisa Mizuki. It was released on November 19, 1997 as the fifth and final single from Mizuki's third compilation album Fiore II. It was also included on Mizuki's fifth studio album Innocence. The title track was written and produced by former Every Little Thing keyboardist Mitsuru Igarashi and served as theme song for the second season of the Fuji TV drama Nurse no Oshigoto, starring Mizuki herself. "Days" is Mizuki's first release under the record label Avex Tune.
Days is the second studio album by American indie rock band Real Estate, released on October 18, 2011 on Domino Records.
DAYS is FLOW's seventh single. Its A-Side was used as the first opening theme song for Eureka Seven. It reached #3 on the Oricon charts in its first week and charted for 14 weeks. *
Days is an ongoing Japanese slice of life comedy sports shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Tsuyoshi Yasuda. It's published by Kodansha, with serialization on Weekly Shōnen Magazine and with 17 volumes compiling the chapters released so far. A television anime adaptation has been announced and is due to air in July 2016. The manga won Best Shōnen Manga at the 40th Kodansha Manga Awards.
Days is the second soccer manga series written by Yasuda, the first being "Furimukuna Kimi wa" (振り向くな君は, loosely translated as "You, don't turn around!") published between 2010 and 2011. This series followed Kaoru Indou and Shuuji Narukami as they start to play soccer together in Sakuragi High School. The two and their team make an appearance in Days as both rivals and friends of the students in Seiseki.
Usage examples of "days".
It had occurred to Jamie a couple of days before, in the vague way that one recognizes a fact unconsciously known for some time, that Tom Christie was in love with his wife.
Perhaps it was merely a reaction from the slaughter in the streets of Addis Ababa, or the memory of the corpses of the sons of the abuna with their eyeballs hanging on their cheeks and their inunature genitals stuffed into their mouths, but over the next few days the desire to see his son became an obsession.
Railway to Baliani, the post-boat to Assouan, and then two days on a camel in the Libyan desert, with an Ababdeh guide, and three baggage-camels to tie one down to their own exasperating pace.
He stressed that this step would pave the way for ending the alien rule that the Iraqis had experienced since the latter days of the Abbasid caliphate.
Attended by a few Indians, he travelled four days and nights, till he found Bigot at an Abenaki fort on the Kennebec.
Two days before this, the ship from the sky arrived, landing between Aberdeen and Dumbarton.
In a few days the English cannon had been placed in a circle round the fort, and set such strange music humming in the ears of the besieged that the Acadian farmers deserted and the priest nervously thought of flight.
Article 312 of the Civil Code of France accords a minimum of one hundred and eighty and a maximum of three hundred days for the gestation of a viable child.
Still one of the spawn of the Persian Ochus, or are the Achaemenians gone, for far is it to the days of Ochus.
It was there, at the City Tavern, a few days later, that Adams had first met George Washington.
This brought on three days of fierce debate, during which Adams repeatedly took the floor, supported by Richard Henry Lee, while James Wilson of Pennsylvania argued in opposition.
At his lodgings two days later, Adams sat quietly writing to Abigail: When I consider the great events which are passed, and those greater which are rapidly advancing, and that I may have been instrumental of touching some springs, and turning some wheels, which have had and will have such effects, I feel an awe upon my mind which is not easily described.
More than that he felt he could not tell her, and for three days, July 30, 31, and August 1, Adams was engaged in passionate debate over the first of these problems.
AUTUMN BROUGHT CLEAR, cool days, with starlit nights cold enough for log fires at City Tavern, where Adams customarily dined.
IT HAD BEEN a little more than eight months since Adams arrived in Philadelphia in February, and except for the few days taken up with the expedition to meet with Lord Howe, he had never strayed out of the city.