hebdomadal


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Synonyms for hebdomadal

of or occurring every seven days

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(28.) MINUTES OF HEBDOMADAL COUNCIL, 1854-66 HC 1/2/1, at 396-8 (available at Oxford University Archives, Bodleian Library); REGISTER OF CONVOCATION, NEP/subtus/Reg Bu, 1854-1871, at 305 (available at Oxford University Archives, Bodleian Library).
It's full moniker is Pre-Deadline Tension, the bane of wordsmiths such as myself with a hebdomadal column to devise, write, rewrite, endlessly tweak and, usually at the eleventh hour, email to a hotly expectant press.
In a February 1, 1867 report for the Hebdomadal Council, John Phillips, professor of magnetism and electricity and Keeper of the Museum, requested adequate space for "the most important parts of Experimental Physics." Students wishing to do advance research in light, heat, electricity, and magnetism must, he complained, attend "the more fully appointed Laboratories...
They published a Representation of their conduct at the Hebdomadal meeting before the July Convocation and an Answer to the Objections made in Convocation after this stormy event.
They quickly weary of this brief hebdomadal Sabbath here, yet they long for that eternal one; they dream of it, they talk about it, they think they think they are going to enjoy it - with all their simple hearts they think they think they are going to be happy in it!
You have the feeling they would rather be doing almost anything than looking at recent art, but they parade before us their hebdomadal degradation and cower in the shadow of ignorant arts editors.
Socialists and anarchists in the novel Robert Miner Anarchist 'held their hebdomadal meetings at the houses of certain wealthy and luxurious theorists' where 'footmen in blue livery with gold buttons move about among the guests, serving them with coffee, in delicate porcelain upon silver trays.'(28)
Dodgson's commentary on university politics covers subjects ranging from the use of the University Parks for cricket to Hebdomadal Council elections, and from the architecture of Christ Church to the admission of resident women students.
The Hebdomadal Board did react immediately and negatively to the Tract, but when many rallied to Newman's support, "the Board," as Richard Church explains in his fine discussion, "was made to feel that they had been driven by violent and partisan instigations to commit themselves to a very foolish as well as a very passionate and impotent step" so that they backed off of their criticism and "the storm, at Oxford at least, seemed to die out" (293-4).
If something is held on an a hebdomadal Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 Monocoque; 2 Weekly; 3 Sand; 4 A crossing point between East and West Berlin; 5 Lonnie Donegan; 6 A left-luggage office; 7 Puccini (Turandot, Madame Butterfly and The Girl Of The Golden West); 8 Brokeback Mountain; 9 Motor-racing; 10 Napoleon Bonaparte.