- 1st in March - Save Your Vision Week
- 3rd in March - National Poison Prevention Week
- week of May 15 - Police Week
- week ending Fri. before Memorial Day - National Safe Boating Week
- week of 3rd Fri. in May - National Transportation Week
- week of June 14 - National Flag Week
- June 14 (Flag Day) to July 4 (Independence Day) - Honor America Days
- September 17 to September 23 - Constitution Week
- 2nd Sun. in October - National School Lunch Week
- 3rd Sun. in October - National Forest Products Week
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Other articles related to "week, weeks":
... proposed a continuous production week (nepreryvnaya rabochaya nedelya = nepreryvka) to the Fifth Congress of Soviets of the Union, but so little attention was paid to his suggestion that the ... the Supreme Economic Council of the RSFSR directed its efficiency experts to submit within two weeks a plan to introduce continuous production ... The lengths of continuous production weeks were not yet specified, and the conversion was only to begin during the year ...
... One More Try" debuted at an impressive #40 the week of 16 April 1988, and matching the speed of "Father Figure", reached #1 by its seventh week, 28 ... "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" by Poison, and behind the four-week run of Steve Winwood's "Roll with It" ... In total, "One More Try" spent 7 weeks in the Top 10 and 14 weeks in the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 ...
... "Song to the Siren" - #66 UK Singles Chart (3 weeks), #3 UK Indie Chart (101 weeks), #8 NZ (15 weeks), #39 NL (4 weeks) released September 1983 ... "Kangaroo" - #2 UK Indie Chart (20 weeks) released September 1984 ...
... Song to the Siren"'s 101 weeks on the UK Indie Chart was the 4th longest chart run after 3 classics of longevity, "Bela Lugosi's Dead" by Bauhaus (131 weeks), "Blue ...
Famous quotes containing the word weeks:
“I sought a theme and sought for it in vain,
I sought it daily for six weeks or so.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“The time to enjoy a European tour is about three weeks after you unpack.”
—George Ade (18661944)
“Erasing the failure of weeks with level fingers,
she sleeks the fine hair, combing: Youll look fine tomorrow!”
—Muriel Rukeyser (19131980)