⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'a week from today' von Englisch nach Deutsch
a week from today {adv}heute in einer Woche
a week from today {adv}heute in acht Tagen [heute in einer Woche]
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  • video cameras for news coverage - a move which finally allowed its regional news programme "Grampian Today" to extend from three to five nights a week.
  • The White Pass and Yukon Route is a railway that formerly linked Whitehorse, Yukon in Canada to Skagway, the railway's southernmost terminus. Today [...] , trains travel several times a week from May through September from Skagway to the small community of Carcross, approximately 45 miles south/southwest of Whitehorse.
  • From at least the time of Saadia Gaon (10th century), it has been customary to study one chapter a week on each Shabbat between Passover and Shavuot; today, the tractate is generally studied on each "Shabbat" of the summer, from Passover to Rosh Hashanah, the entire cycle repeating a few times with doubling of chapters at the end if there are not a perfect multiple of six weeks.
  • Gibson and Lunden became a hard team to beat; however, the program stumbled from its top spot in late 1995, falling to second place behind "Today" (in what would begin a 16-year streak as the top-rated morning news program for that show, which began the week of December 11, 1995).
  • The program also faced pressure from network management to take advantage of the redefining of CBS News as more of a hard news organization after the end of Katie Couric's tenure at the "CBS Evening News", asking the program's staff to take advantage of stories presented on "60 Minutes" and the "CBS Evening News" and expand upon them on the morning program rather than following the lead of "Today" and "GMA" to the letter.
  • "Midlands Today" is produced by BBC Midlands and broadcasts on BBC One seven days a week.
  • On radio, he presented "Today", BBC Radio 4's flagship morning news show, and "Stop The Week", a fiercely competitive talk programme.
  • In the decades following World War II, yachting moved away from its image as a rich man's sport to one which is enjoyed by many today in modest self-skippered 30 to 40 foot yachts.
  • An Assyrian wedding traditionally lasted a week. Today, weddings in the Assyrian homeland usually last 2–3 days; in the Assyrian diaspora they last 1–2 days.
  • Sometimes expressions like "today", "this year", and "this week" are used to express the idea these periods are over.
  • As a result of there being two upper stages aboard STS-38, USA-67 was originally believed to be a Magnum satellite like those deployed on STS-51-C and STS-33, which were launched via a two-stage Inertial Upper Stage (IUS). Today it is believed that USA-67 was instead a secret Satellite Data System (SDS-2) military communications satellite, like those deployed on STS-28 and STS-53.
  • Then the site became a hospital administered by the Company of Jesus . Today the buildings of the former monastery are home to three museums, one dedicated to the site, one to the bicentennial of Mexico's Independence and one to the Mexican Revolution .
  • Today, the Merrie Monarch Festival is an annual week–long event culminating in three days of prestigious hula competition.
  • The news is supplied by the MediaWorks newsroom through Today FM, and is sub-edited by More FM on weekdays.
  • Even today, after the rise of corporate payday lending in the United States, unlicensed loan sharks continue to operate in immigrant enclaves and low-income neighborhoods.
  • The students took to the streets in parade that still exists today and is known as the Procession.
  • Some 18,236 stone cannonballs are said to have been shot into Hof during this siege with some cannonballs still visible today lodged in walls throughout Hof.
  • It endures today as Highway 19. Woodstock collaborated with Norwich and Port Dover to built another north–south toll road in the 1850s which was later extended up into Perth County through Tavistock.
  • KDKA-TV's Bob Pompeani and former Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch do the announcing for the pre-season games, as well as the two hosting the pre-game program "Steelers Kickoff" during the regular season prior to the national airing of "The NFL Today".
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