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  1. sick day

    • noun

      a day taken off from work because of illness.
    • noun

      a day on which a religious observance is held.
    • (1897–1980), US journalist and reformer. She founded the Catholic Worker newspaper with social activist Peter Maurin (1877–1949) in 1933.
    • noun

      a public holiday held on the anniversary of the end of World War I (November 11) to honor US veterans and victims of all wars. It replaced Armistice Day in 1954.
    • noun

      the fortieth day after Easter, on which Christ's Ascension is celebrated in the Christian Church.
    • noun

      daytime care for the needs of people who cannot be fully independent, such as children or elderly people:
    • noun

      a day's vacation from work or school on what would normally be a working day:
    • noun

      short for birthday
    • noun

      the intercalary day in a leap year; February 29.
    • (born 1924), US actress and singer; born Doris Kappelhoff. She became a movie star in the 1950s with roles in lighthearted musicals, comedies, and romances, such as Calamity Jane (1953) and Pillow Talk (1959).
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