Not that what Limbaugh says on a good day contains one nannogram of truth or deceny, but you know what I mean.
On a good day, she looked almost unchanged from 1989 and 2003.
If it was a good day and the reporters were lucky, family members would come forth and help advance that narrative.
Long-term foreign assistance has a thin constituency on a good day.
She was a senior editor at the Huffington Post and has appeared on CNBC, NPR, and good day New York.
Come, Watson, for we have a good day's work before us in town.
Thus in addition to the cost, the owner loses a good day's work.
Seeing that he was old I supposed he was deaf, and shouted my "good day," and the remark that it was a very fine day.
There is a squall coming up; it isn't a good day for the water.'
But it will be a good day when I hear there the steps of the Signorino and of you.
salutation, late 14c., short for have a good day (c.1200). Good morning is c.1400, gode morwene. Good night, also goodnight, is late 14c.; as an exclamation of surprise, from 1893.