ukdate – Typeset date in a UK-ish form
Prints dates in a traditional English way: “<day-of-week> <ordinal-day-of-month> <month> <year>”, so for example "Thursday 2nd February 2006". The ordinal letters (“nd” in the example) are underlined and raised.
Note that Babel British style also has an English date style, which has no day name, and which doesn't raise or underline the ordinal letters.
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