Tomorrow’s definitions

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I remember a funny definition of TODAY — it’s the day before the morning after.  So applying that to TOMORROW — it’s the day after the morning before.  Or more specifically, the day after the day TODAY.  Then substituting the meaning of TODAY, TOMORROW then is the day after the day before the morning after!  Whew!😉

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