[ US /ˈsæˌtɪˌdeɪ, ˈsætɝdi/ ]
- the seventh and last day of the week; observed as the Sabbath by Jews and some Christians
How To Use Saturday In A Sentence
- We did that a couple of Saturdays ago when we put on the most ridiculously illogical bet.
- Saturday morning came, and all the summer world was bright and fresh, and brimming with life.
- The blow came at a meeting on Saturday.
- Star staff Saturday, August 22, 2009 - Powered by SIDON: The southern coastal city of Sidon saw banners fill its streets and lights brighten up its sky days before the Holy Month of weather in Baltimore has been sweltering lately, putting many at risk for heat-related conditions. such as Italy criticised Internazionale coach Jose Mourinho for comments the Portuguese made about Ramadan at the weekend. WN.com - Articles related to Lagos Fires Tourism Through Sports
- Finance ministers and central bankers from the G-20 advanced and developing nations are meeting in South Korea Friday and Saturday to prepare for a summit of G-20 leaders next month. Japan Calls for Currency-Market Cooperation
- BALTIMORE - Michael Phelps was formally welcomed home Saturday with a two-pronged celebration that began with a parade and ended with a fireworks show at historic Fort McHenry.
- The BBC local radio station is broadcasting full match commentary from 10.00 am to noon on Saturday.
- On Saturday we finished the fencing, stapling sheep netting to the rails, and on Sunday gave the pig ark and the old chook ark a coat of water-based preservative.
- The closing date for drama is Saturday, February 14 and the dance competitions are open for entry on the day.
- Roy Bourgeois made the front page of this past Saturday's New York Times, and I was glad for the good news at hand: 157 priests signed a statement in support of Father Roy Bourgeois, whom the Vatican has begun to defrock. Michele Somerville: A Frock Does Not A Priest Make