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 What is the first day of the week in Spanish-speaking countries?

Answer The first day of the calendar week in Spain is Monday, or "Lunes" in Spanish. Spanish-speaking countries in North and South America begin the calendar week with Sunday, or "Domingo."Source:Beverle... Read More »
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What is the first day of the week on the Spanish-language calendar?

Spanish-speaking countries do not consider Sunday to be the first day of the week. Instead, the Spanish-language calendar starts the week a day later on Lunas, which English speakers refer to as Mo... Read More »
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A widow take home pay of 600 a week her disability insurance coverage replaces 70 percent of her earnings after a 4 week waiting period what amount would she receive in disability kept off for 16 week?

Answer 70% of 600.00=$420.00 times 12 weeks (subtracted the 4 week waiting period) = $45040.00 or if you get the full 16 weeks, $420.00 times 16 = $6720.00
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Does anyone know of any part time jobs that would allow a person to work two week days a week?

A fast food place may let you do that. They hire many students, that can just work on weekends. You could do alright.
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If you ovulated last week and hoped to have conceived and this week have been prescribed antibiotics for a chest infection would you be safe to take them?

Answer The best person to ask is either your doctor who prescribed them or the pharmacist who dispensed them.The sheet that came with them should also give contraindications/precautions.
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