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Definition of Hebdomadal

Hebdomadal
Hebdomadal Heb*dom"a*dal, Hebdomadary Heb*dom"a*da*ry, a. [L. hebdomadalis, LL. hebdomadarius: cf. F. hebdomadaire.] Consisting of seven days, or occurring at intervals of seven days; weekly.

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- The Hebdomadal Council was the chief executive body for the University of Oxford from its establishment by the Oxford University Act 1854 until its replacement...
- Constantine made Sunday (dies Solis) an official day of rest in AD 321. The hebdomadal w**** was also reckoned as a cycle of letters from A to G; these were adapted...
- corporate governance at the University of Oxford, England. It established the Hebdomadal Council, the leading body in the university's administration, stating...
- who make up the ruling council of Mount Celestia in Dungeons & Dragons Hebdomadal Council This disambiguation page lists articles ****ociated with the title...
- Registrar of the University of Oxford, informed him that the University's Hebdomadal Council had "unanimously decided at its meeting last Monday, to invite...
- nights, as in the more common fortnight ("fourteen-night"). Hebdomad and hebdomadal w**** both derive from the Gr**** hebdomás (ἑβδομάς, "a seven"). Septimana...
- Registrar of the University of Oxford, informed Salazar that the University's Hebdomadal Council had "unanimously decided at its meeting last Monday, to invite...
- respectively, from the planet Jetsam, who work for a tabloid called The Hebdomadal, and who are lovers. First appearing in issue #13, their speech, like...
- Registrar of the University of Oxford, informed Salazar that the University's Hebdomadal Council had "unanimously decided at its meeting last Monday, to invite...
- England it was the colleges that came to dominate the universities. The Hebdomadal Board was established by William Laud at Oxford in 1631 with the intent...