- adj. before noon
- adv. before noon
“Finally, with only a few states undecided, after 2 a.m.”
“Blue Line: For riders heading toward Franconia-Springfield to make their final connections at Stadium-Armory, the last Blue Line trains will depart Largo Town Center about 2:04 a.m.”
“The event will be streaming live starting at 11 a.m.”
“The job action is supposed to last a day, from 7 a.m.”
“Late Thursday, the two sides announced a 24-hour extension to the agreement, which had been set to expire at 12:01 a.m.”
“The last trains to Franconia-Springfield will leave Stadium-Armory at approximately 2:49 a.m.”
“He ordered the administration to re-open the building to the general public by 8 a.m.”
“Google Inc., which tracks the status of its services, reported a sudden halt in traffic from Libya starting at approximately 2 p.m. local time Thursday 7 a.m.”
“Fazlullah Wahidi, the governor of Konar, said the rockets were fired around 11 a.m.”
“Heading toward Largo Town Center from Benning Road, the last Blue Line trains will depart about 3:50 a.m.”
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