yes, it proves you are very sick, but it seems a little impossible.
60 times !
the letter E but u said it wrong what is the thing that come 1 time in a yEar, 2 times in EvEry month, 4 times in EvEry wEEk and 6 times in Each and EvEry singlE wEEkday
Month is a measure of TIME
The letter 'E'
An example of a finite amount of time is having a short time frame to complete a task.
the medieval times
The average time frame is 12 –18 months but times can vary more.
27 month cycle
He fell ill with pneumonia shortly after his inauguration and died within a month.
That is one twisted question. It all depends on the availability of these frames you mention, and the timeness of the whole being-in-these-frames. But overall I'd say that yes, a person is in their normal frame of mind from time to time, at times.
Yes, a word for a time frame is a noun, a word for a thing. A time frame is a thing: a moment is a thing; a minute is a thing a day is a thing a month is a thing a year is a thing a century is a thing an eon is a thing
yes a person can have h1n1 at the same time they have pneumonia.
William Henry Harrison has that unfortunate distinction-- he died of pneumonia after just one month as president.
Your question is wrong. It should be: What occurs 4 times in every week, 2 times in every month, 1 time in a year but never in a day? The question should be interpreted as What occurs 4 times in "every week", 2 times in "every month", 1 time in "a year" but never in "a day"? The answer is the letter "e", which occurs 4 times in "every week", 2 times in "every month", 1 time in "a year", but does not occur in "a day".
Within the first month of work
no, once you have had certain diseases..including that one....you are permently "allergic" to beer. It will cause a relapse every time you drink. * Not true, i can speak from personal experience you may drink beer if you have had pneumonia. But i wouldn't recommended doing it right away. Wait a month.
Yes, in fact that is one of the primary initial complications of the flu: a secondary bacterial pneumonia or sometimes a secondary viral pneumonia.