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“In San Luis, my 5pm is really my 3pm so sometimes I get calls about topics a few hours back.”
“But anyway, unless I go back to work, which, at 5pm is unlikely (though not quite impossible), I probably won't get to 5K today.”
“Plus this week only, they’ll having coffee demos at 1, 3 and 5pm from a master barista from Trieste.”
“I'm on at 5pm, which is lucky in one way: it means I don't tend to get stag or hen nights.”
“The so-called 5pm drama received extensive coverage on local radio stations, and some international news agencies.”
“Because of the delay, they didn't get to look at them until 5pm, which is a further disadvantage but that, I hope, won't hamper us.”
“Generally the town seems quite quiet in the day time, and the shops are closed for Siesta between 1pm-5pm, which is actually quite uncommon in South America.”
“We didn't do that today because of the work Mr. Field Notes and I had on our plates, and I did get my work finished by 5pm which is a major coup — yet somehow we managed to have a day that went mostly like this:”
“We leave the campground at 9 am and they pick you up outside the capital building at 5pm which is long enough with all the walking and heat.”
“What the '5pm' is referring to is the time for the last events.”
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