Definitions for "John Day"
Keywords:  ndash, bae, kcb, daye, abt
John Day (1574 – 1640?) was an English dramatist of the Elizabethan and Jacobean periods.
John Day or Daye (c. 1522 – July 23, 1584) was an English Protestant printer, best known for printing John Foxe's Actes and Monuments. Day originally printed mainly religious works, often of a controversial nature, but later he completed some of the largest and most technically difficult printing projects of his time. The technical excellence of his printing was matched by his business skill: through connections with powerful figures at Court, Day was able to secure several lucrative monopolies, which he held throughout his career.
Air Chief Marshal Sir John Day, KCB, OBE, ADC, B.Sc, RAF is a retired senior Royal Air Force commander and a military advisor to BAE Systems.