Cook says the future president had a set routine for his lazy Sundays.
But a month of Bloody Sundays—the like of which in Syria has produced nearly 800 dead so far—is a different matter.
This emboldened him to add “the usurper that is in the White House … B. Hussein Obama” to the list said in his church on Sundays.
He also hosts CNN's weekly media program "Reliable Sources," Sundays at 11 am ET.
Men who have sex with men have 10 percent more sex on Sundays than on Tuesdays.
In summer, she loved rather to stroll over The Mountain, on Sundays.
Then Durtal was able to think over his Sundays at the Benedictine nuns.
Sir Peregrine during this time never left the house once, except for morning service on Sundays.
While every one else avoided him, they stuck to him, week-days and Sundays.
It was very rare for a footstep, except on Sundays, to cross that lovely spot.
Old English Sunnandæg, literally "day of the sun," from sunnan, oblique case of sunne "sun" (see sun (n.)) + dæg "day" (see day).
A West Germanic loan-translation of Latin dies solis "day of the sun," which is itself a loan-translation of Greek hemera heliou. Cf. Old Norse sunnundagr, German Sonntag "Sunday." Like other weekday names, not regularly capitalized until 17c. Sunday school dates from 1783 (originally for secular instruction); Sunday clothes is from 1640s. Sunday driver is from 1925.
[the first date refers to the phrase Sunday best, ''one's best clothes'']