twenty-four hours

  • 1 Twenty Four Hours — may be:* Twenty Four Hours (song) * A BBC World Service current affairs magazine programme …

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  • 2 twenty-four hours — para statusas T sritis ekologija ir aplinkotyra apibrėžtis Žemės apsisukimo apie savo ašį laikas – laiko matavimo vienetas, lygus 24 valandoms. atitikmenys: angl. day; twenty four hours vok. Tag, m; Tag und Nacht, m, f rus. сутки …

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  • 3 twenty-four hours — noun time for Earth to make a complete rotation on its axis (Freq. 3) two days later they left they put on two performances every day there are 30,000 passengers per day • Syn: ↑day, ↑twenty four hour period, ↑24 hour interval, ↑ …

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  • 4 Twenty-four hours to kill — est un film britannique réalisé par Peter Bezencenet, sorti en 1965. Sommaire 1 Synopsis 2 Fiche technique 3 Distribution 4 Lien externe …

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  • 5 Twenty-Four Hours to Kill — est un film britannique réalisé par Peter Bezencenet, sorti en 1965. Sommaire 1 Synopsis 2 Fiche technique 3 Distribution 4 Lien externe …

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  • 6 Twenty Four Hours (song) — Twenty Four Hours may be:* A song by Eddie Boyd * Twenty Four Hours / Stand in the Sun, a song by the English indie rock band Athlete …

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  • 7 Twenty-Four Hours A Day — written by Richmond Walker, is often referred to as the little black book. It is a daily meditation books that offers thoughts, meditations and prayers for living a clean and sober life.The book has been published by Hazelden since 1954, when Ha …

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  • 8 Twenty Four Hours / Stand in the Sun — Infobox Single Name = Twenty Four Hours Caption = 7 A side Artist = Athlete from Album = Tourist A side = Stand in the Sun B side = Lay Your Head Before Tomorrow Released = November 14 2005 Format = Promo CD, 7 , CD Recorded = Genre = Indie rock… …

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  • 9 twenty four hours a day — around the clock, all the time …

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  • 10 open twenty-four hours a day — open round the clock …

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  • 11 twenty-four seven — UK US adverb informal all the time, without ever stopping, closing, or changing Thesaurus: all the time and alwayssynonym * * * ˌtwenty ˌfour ˈseven 7 [twenty four seven] ( …

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  • 12 twenty-four-hour clock — noun A method of reckoning time by successive periods of twenty four hours, continuing the sequence with 13 after 12 noon • • • Main Entry: ↑twenty …

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  • 13 Twenty four on seven — twenty four hours a day, seven days a week; all the time …

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  • 14 twenty-four seven — adverb a) Constantly, without interruption. Theyre open twenty four seven, you can go there any time you want. b) An which stands for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week , including holidays and days otherwise that may alter limitations of work. In and …

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  • 15 twenty-four-seven — twenˈty four sevˈen (usu written 24–7) adverb (informal) All the time, twenty four hours a day and seven days a week • • • Main Entry: ↑twenty …

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  • 16 twenty four on seven — Australian Slang twenty four hours a day, seven days a week; all the time …

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  • 17 twenty four seven — Meaning Available at all times. Origin Seven days and twenty four hours …

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  • 18 twenty-four-seven —    This term refers to something which is available or happens twenty four hours a day, seven days a week.     The tourist office provided a list of 24 7 supermarkets in the area …

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  • 19 twenty-four-hour flu — /ˌtwɛnti fɔr aʊə ˈflu/ (say .twentee fawr owuh flooh) noun a common strain of influenza, supposedly causing illness for twenty four hours …

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  • 20 twenty-four, seven — AND 24 7 mod. all the time, twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. □ He’s always at home, 24 7! …

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