Obama signed the most sweeping financial reform since the Great Depression into law on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, Williams posted on Twitter a response from the American Civil Liberties Union declining to take up her case.
The diehards of Al-Ahly, the team that lost on Wednesday night, even went so far as to issue a statement promising as much.
On Wednesday, Erick Erickson, the editor of the powerful conservative blog RedState, did the same.
Obama should have played his 800-pound gorilla card on Wednesday.
On Wednesday the 20th, at dawn of day, some of my people seemed half dead.
Captain Thompson came to Coffin's on Wednesday with about fifty men.
If she had slipped away from us on Wednesday this letter would have been upon her soul.
By noon on Wednesday, then, I was reduced quite to a point of necessity.
"We expect you on Wednesday for Skat," said Mrs. Freudenthal.
Old English Wodnesdæg "Woden's day," a Germanic loan-translation of Latin dies Mercurii "day of Mercury" (cf. Old Norse Oðinsdagr, Swedish Onsdag, Old Frisian Wonsdei, Middle Dutch Wudensdach). For Woden, see Odin.
Contracted pronunciation is recorded from 15c. The Odin-based name is missing in German (mittwoch, from Old High German mittwocha, literally "mid-week"), probably by influence of Gothic, which seems to have adopted a pure ecclesiastical (i.e. non-astrological) week from Greek missionaries. The Gothic model also seems to be the source of Polish środa, Russian sreda "Wednesday," literally "middle."