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“Weekend” – JC’s Dictionary

weekend ( \ˈwēk-ˌend\ ) n. — The period of time following each work week, typically spent trying to track down medical care for a sick child.  This holds even more true when (a) one lives in a small town with no weekend clinics of any kind, (b) other individuals in the household, adults included, are also showing signs of illness, (c) incliment weather is a factor, and/or (d) if it is a “long” weekend, due to a holiday or other planned absence from work.  Not to be confused with “free time” or “rest.”

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