She seems to be really loving those caped blazers too, wearing one recently from Rare London and now stepping out in this Lavish Alice pick.
Caped blazers are super stylish this season - adding an air of elegance to any outfit.
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I have an entity called Agendadate and one called Agenda Event.
She's proving time and time again she doesn't need a man by her side and she clearly doesn't give two hoots that Ricky's moved on either.
From getting us all to move closer to him (which i gladly did) to finding out a little bit more about his audience there was never a dull moment when he was at the mic.
I'm using a predicate like so: I'm trying to format dates to have this: "dd MM yyyy" instead of "yyyy MM dd hh:mm:ss" I need to compare in the predicate two dates but without the time? UPDATE----- Here's my function updated as you have suggested: Don't use a custom string format for that purpose.
You want to fetch all entries which are related to an Agendadate object with a date on the same day as the given day.
there's no need also of the extension get Server Events.
I'll loop through my events with a simple for loop: var selected Date: Date!
After talking things through the ladies were reconciled and they shared a hug.