A day definition

A day means from midnight to midnight.
A day means a day 24 hours from midnight to the next midnight irrespective of the number of hours worked in that day.
A day means, for the purposes of Clauses 20, 21, 23, 25, 27 and 28, from midnight to midnight.

Examples of A day in a sentence

A "day" means, the day of 24 hours (TWENTY FOUR) irrespective of the number of hours worked or not worked in that day.

A day pass will be instituted to keep fares comparable to what they were for Paratransit.

A day of earned personal leave is equivalent to the number of hours per day in an employee’s usual assignment, whether full-time or part time.

Sunday, 21 July A day filled with sunshine — Free day — 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Mt 13:24-43): The kingdom of heaven may be compared to someone who sowed good seed in his field….

The son of Chitungwiza MDC councillor Philimon Chipiyo and two of his friends, along with a passer-by, were killed by a group of alleged ZANU- PF supporters who attacked Chipiyo‟s home on 18 June 2008.2 A day later, the homes of three opposition councillors in Chitungwiza were set alight by petrol bombs, forcing the councillors to flee with their families.


More Definitions of A day

A day means a day 24 hours from 6 AM to 6 AM the next day irrespective of the number of hours worked in that day.
A day means, for the purposes of Clauses 18, 20, and 22 from midnight to midnight.
A day s pay” means a week’s pay at the rate at which the member was paid on the day in question divided by five;
A day means a day 24 hours from midnight to the next midnight irrespective of the
A day s pay” means the member’s pay for the week in question divided by 5;
A day means the period of twenty-four (24) hours commencing at 0:00 hours.
A day means a single day on which an attorney is assigned to appear in a court.