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ˈdiˌdeɪd-day

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  1. D-day, 6 June 1944noun

    date of the Allied landing in France, World War II

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  1. Lawrence Barretto:

    The Italian manufacturer season's groundhog day in a way, this happened last year when it was looking pretty good for Ferrari and then they had that problem in the Asian swing of The Italian manufacturer season with the first-lap crash in Singapore and the problems in Japan.

  2. Michael Burke:

    If on the first day of class your professor is referring to you as a man, and you identify as a woman, even if you're not trans, you could understand how that might affect you, it's jarring.

  3. Amy Brandwein:

    Sometimes I make pasta in the morning, dinner seems to start for people now at 4:30, that's when the to-go and delivery orders started coming in. It's like everyone's so bored they can't wait to start dinner. For me, it's a much shorter day since coronavirus, by the clock -- but a much longer day by every other measure.

  4. William Davis:

    We are aware of the issue, and our customer relations team has reached out to Mr. Davis to obtain additional details of what transpired at the airport. Our [Cincinnati airport] team is also reviewing these allegations.We never want to disrupt our customers’ travel plans, and we are sorry for the trouble this caused. The group was rebooked on a flight the next day. i want them to admit that it was their fault.

  5. Kim Mulkey:

    I'll take that any day.


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