A day of the year on which the legislature may be in session.
Any day of the year, as opposed to a Business Day.
Literally a day as listed on the Gregorian calendar.
The actual calendar day of the month including Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
The 24 hour day as denoted on the calendar.
A day according to the Gregorian calendar e.g. 11 July 2001.
a day reckoned from midnight to midnight
The day in the year. Example: April 16, 1995 was day 106 in 1995.
A 24-hour period from midnight to midnight.
Every day shown on the calendar.
A day according to the Gregorian calendar e.g. 11July 2001 28
Every day of the calendar month, which includes Saturday, Sunday, and holidays. However, if any action tied to a time frame in an insurance policy or CDI regulation or code falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or holiday, then that particular action is postponed to the next working day.
Each and every day on the calendar without dction for weekends or holidays.