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Days of the Week, Months, Eras 

Days of the Week, Months, Eras

Roxanne K. Young

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date: 21 January 2020

Generally, days of the week and months are not abbreviated.The manuscript was received at JAMA’s editorial offices in late December 2004 and accepted for publication on January 5, 2005, after expedited peer review, revision, and discussion among the editors. Because of the importance of its topic, the article was published 3 weeks later, on Wednesday, January 26, 2005, as a JAMA-EXPRESS. In tables and figures, the following 3-letter abbreviations for days of the weeks and months may be used to conserve space (see , Visual Presentation of Data, Tables; and , Visual Presentation of Data, Figures): Occasionally, scientific manuscripts may

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