When the Beast tried to reach her Tuesday afternoon at her office, no one answered the phone.
Allen Stanford was convicted of a $7 billion fraud Tuesday in federal court.
But he insisted his speech Tuesday night would not dwell on race.
The nearly half-decade movement to repeal and replace the medical device tax reached a crescendo on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, Clapper himself estimated that less than 10 percent of the documents Snowden took were from the NSA.
Amelia, Charlotte, and Hatty set forth on Tuesday, and they are gone.
The ride on Tuesday was happily accomplished, as that of Monday: but it was much shorter.
On Tuesday, there would be no objection to her going out for a drive.
On Tuesday morning the letter with the bills arrived at the bank.
Follow the development through the Tuesday evenings of a lifetime.
Old English Tiwesdæg, from Tiwes, genitive of Tiw "Tiu," from Proto-Germanic *Tiwaz "god of the sky," differentiated specifically as Tiu, ancient Germanic god of war, from PIE root *dyeu- "to shine" (see diurnal). Cf. Old Norse tysdagr, Swedish tisdag, Old High German ziestag.
The day name (second element dæg, see day) is a translation of Latin dies Martis (cf. Italian martedi, French Mardi) "Day of Mars," from the Roman god of war, who was identified with Germanic Tiw (though etymologically Tiw is related to Zeus), itself a loan-translation of Greek Areos hemera. In cognate German Dienstag and Dutch Dinsdag, the first element would appear to be Germanic ding, þing "public assembly," but it is now thought to be from Thinxus, one of the names of the war-god in Latin inscriptions.