to the day

to the day

(Of a date range) precisely, up to and including the day in question. It's been a year to the day since I left my husband, and I haven't looked back once. They said they would be back in two years to the day to collect repayment for the loan.

to the ˈday

exactly: It’s ten years to the day since I first came to this town.
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However, Clarke-Stewart points out one "critical constraint' on her findings: Children were not randomly assigned to the day care programs.
In addition to the Days Inn conversion in Jerusalem and new constructions planned, Farber will also renovate his existing Days Inn in Tiberias, Israel to create a completely new wing, adding 123 rooms to the property.