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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WORKDAY

It was Oliva's bedroom, and her workday hat and coat were lying on the bed.

The workday aspect of the world is always with us and oppresses us.

Some way behind these came a man in workday clothes, riding one of those old-fashioned tricycles with a small front wheel.

One furred through, another but faced; one for the workday, another for the holiday.

(a) By shortening the workday in keeping with the increased productiveness of machinery.

The post commander is up and out at half past six every workday, and Sundays I am sure he is a most unhappy man.

To save the trouble of carrying them, her aunt had dressed her in her Sunday clothes over her workday garments.

These are facts that every man of sound mind knows and acts on without doubt or hesitation in his own workday affairs.

All this has evidently been coming more and more urgently into the workday deliberations of the American administration.

Consider now that it is still lacking a few brief minutes of nine o'clock on a workday morning.

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