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следећи понедељак {adv}next Monday
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Translation for 'next Monday' from English to Serbian

next Monday
следећи понедељак {adv}
Usage Examples English
  • The very next Monday after the show was removed from circulation, Clark moved over to a new game, "The Cross-Wits," also a syndicated entry (but from a different packager).
  • An official explanation offered by the Attorney General's department was that because those two days are both "common law holidays" and not statutory holidays, both of them were deferred to the same date – the next Monday.
  • They would be gone by the next Monday. Notices were posted around the moose, asking for information, and video camera pointed towards the moose from nearby buildings.
  • Mercury said the band had to have the second demo in by the next Monday morning or risk being dropped, causing the band to compose "Breakout" under stress.
  • Then, the two traveled the next Monday.
  • Position with value date of Friday will be updated with value date of next Monday.
  • The rector suspended university activities until next Monday.
  • When 12 July falls on a Sunday, the parades are held instead on the next Monday, 13 July.
  • In his Confessions of an English Opium-Eater, Thomas De Quincey refers to him as saying: ‘Next Monday, wind and weather permitting, I purpose to be drunk’.
  • In terms of Public Holidays Act if the holiday fall on a Sunday then the schools are closed the next Monday.
  • On Monday, August 25, 2006, Batchelor announced on air that his ABC show would be canceled, beginning with the show scheduled for the next Monday, September 1.
  • It was confirmed on 7 January 2009, that Martins would undergo hernia surgery in Germany the next Monday.
  • If 30 November falls on a weekend, the next Monday is a bank holiday instead.
  • The next Monday, Elliott reversed the exercise, making the blue-eyed children superior.
  • That next Monday, the House put the resulting effort, the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008, to a vote.
  • This cut, along with its competition (CBS' "Search for Tomorrow" and ABC's "Split Second") and a replacement of civilian contestants with an all-celebrity format some months earlier, all worked to bring the year-old game to a halt on March 29, with "Celebrity Sweepstakes" taking over the next Monday; its former competitor "The $10,000 Pyramid" fell in the ratings to "Jeopardy!
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