In the meantime, we have a thousand days and nights of watching Obama be president.
To his credit, he seemed to enjoy the years out of power as much as his thousand days.
His 1965 book, A thousand days, retains its vigor, and has never been excelled as a study of those years.
The old face, browned by a thousand days of mountain sun and storm, grew pale under its tan.
In more than a thousand days of field work on the Reservation, opossums were found out on only four occasions.
It would last until the thousand days were accomplished, and there would still be much left.
But her arm, strengthened by a thousand days upon the water, tugging at the oar, wielded it easily.
How many thousand days of "safety" he must have brought to the Guildford prisoners!