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  • Employees in other roles had to work around the four day-shift mechanics.

    Boeing Teams Speed Up 737 Output

  • "They that live under the path of the sun are not soft," he says, smoking his pipe and watching the day-shift take itself off and the night-shift go on.

    THE SUNLANDERS

  • Never wear false eyelashes during the day, unless you want to look like a day-shift lapdancer popping out for a pasty.

    Slap shtick: How not to put on make-up

  • The hospital accused her of jeopardizing patient care, even though day-shift nurses were allowed to leave work at 7: 30 p.m.,

    Half of fired Washington Hospital Center nurses still fighting for jobs

  • The decisions to pull out so much mud perplexed Robert Kaluza, BP's day-shift manager on April 20.

    On Doomed Rig's Last Day, a Divisive Change of Plan

  • Richy, the day-shift supervisor for Godzilla, approached with earplugs for them.

    VELOCITY

  • Kurt was there arguing with Richy, the day-shift manager, with the ugly, sinister Godzilla hissing in the background.

    VELOCITY

  • And the day-shift detectives were often testifying in court.

    Long Way Home

  • According to a study by the New York Obesity Research Center and published in Nutrition in 2000, late-shift workers gained an average of 9.5 pounds during their late-shift tenure, while their day-shift counterparts gained only 2 pounds.

    The 17 Day Diet

  • Rigg pitched his voice so he might be overheard by the day-shift boys still pretending to be asleep in the nook, and he was rewarded by several heads poking out of the nook to see who would say such a ridiculous thing.

    Pathfinder

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