In history, what was a fortnight?

Answer A fortnight refers to two weeks, or 14 days. It comes from the Old English word "fÄ“owertyne niht," and was a popular term in Britain. It is not commonly used today, especially in the United States... Read More »

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How much weight could i lose in a fortnight?

The extreme effort to lose weight in 2 weeks could be very detrimental for your health. Let's discuss some doable fitness goals and decide on a more realistic approach to weight loss.The amount of ... Read More »

If stomach ache what does it mean also vomitish does it really mean pregnant plz tell me?

1st, in the future please use complete English sentences, it helps get your point across2nd, what you are feeling could be any number of bacteria or viral infections, as well as several medical con... Read More »

What does it mean for a pre-existing condition you have 63 days to get new insurance does this mean that you won't be covered for things like rheumatoid arthritis and other conditions unless you get i?

Answer That's correct.If you lose COBRA then you can get an Indivdual Plan from HIPAA, but it must be within the 63 days.

What does it mean when your ipad2 comes with wifi and does that mean you can use it out of the country even without wifi spots?