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> Subject: 7 days
> If someone says '7 days' ina business document, but does not *specify*
> business days or calendar days, do you assume calendar days?
> I think I know the answer... but I don't like it ;-)
Unless the qualifier is present, seven days is seven consecutive 24-hour