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doona day

doona day
 n.— «You can dress it up however you like—sick leave, mental health day or, as it’s known in particularly innovative companies, doona day—but a growing band of organisational experts say taking regular time off makes for a happy, healthy and productive worker.» —“Doona Days” by Christina Larmer Sunday Telegraph (Australia) May 8, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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