A week is a time unit equal to seven days. It is the standard time period used for cycles of work days and rest days in most parts of the world.
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... Eye Weekly was a free weekly newspaper published in Toronto, Ontario, Canada ... It was owned by Torstar, the parent company of the Toronto Star, and was published by their Star Media Group until its final issue on May 5, 2011 ...
... The Milk River Review was a weekly newspaper that was published between November 11, 1948 and May 27, 1954 ... It continued as a weekly throughout its run as The Review from June 17, 1954 to August 21, 1958, and again under the title of County of Warner Review and Advertiser between ... Finally, the weekly newspaper returned to its original name, running as the Milk River Review from June 1, 1961 through to November 16, 1961 ...
... in 1999, whose company owns more than 200 weekly newspapers in Britain ... printed in tabloid format, Cambrian News is the second largest weekly-print circulation newspaper in Wales, with 24,000 copies in six regional editorial versions, read by 60,000 weekly readers ...
More definitions of "weekly":
- (adv): Without missing a week.
Example: "She visited her aunt weekly"
Synonyms: hebdomadally, every week, each week
- (noun): A periodical that is published every week.
Famous quotes containing the word weekly:
“The happiness of the body consists in the possession of health; that of the mind, in being sensible of that blessing.”
—Anonymous, U.S. womens magazine contributor. Weekly Visitor or Ladies Miscellany, p. 189 (March 1803)
“A faithful lover is a character greatly out of date, and rarely now used but to adorn some romantic novel, or for a flourish on the stage. He passes now for a man of little merit, or one who knows nothing of the world.”
—Anonymous, U.S. womens magazine contributor. Weekly Visitor or Ladies Miscellany, p. 20 (April 1803)
“The intent of matrimony, is not for man and wife to be always taken up with each other, but jointly to discharge the duties of civil society, to govern their family with prudence, and educate their children with discretion.”
—Anonymous, U.S. womens magazine contributor. Weekly Visitor or Ladies Miscellany (June 1807)