A day definition

A day means a day 24 hours from midnight to the next midnight irrespective of the numbers of hours worked in that day.
A day means from midnight to midnight.
A day means a calendar day and from midnight to the next midnight irrespective of the number of hours worked in that day.

Examples of A day in a sentence

  • A day later on October 13, Poynter emailed De Chirico stating that “[o]ne of [his] buddies called and said Novation is going to try to get Ortho on the Novation agreement.” Pls.

  • A day cannot be specified for subsection (3) in respect of a licence listed in any of items 1 to 12 of the Table except with the written concurrence of the Agreements Minister.

  • My motto, which I learned from CBC radio host Bob Kerr: A day without Mozart is like a day without sunshine.

  • A day or two before the day of the visit, the respondent may be reminded through phone or an email about the upcoming visit.

  • A day (other than a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday) when banks in London are open for business.


More Definitions of A day

A day means, for the purposes of Clauses 18, 20, and 22 from midnight to midnight.
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 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 s pay” means the member’s pay for the week in question divided by 5;
A day means a day 24 hours from midnight to the next midnight irrespective of the
A day means a single day on which an attorney is assigned to appear in a court.