Definitions

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  • n. An AM radio station that is only allowed to broadcast during the daytime

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Examples

  • I actually still have my daytimer, which is like a diary now, where I've cut out an ad for every page and written 'is going to call back', or 'no answer', or 'good rehearsal', and it was fucking insane doing it that way.

    blogTO

  • It was what's known in the radio biz as a "daytimer," with a low-wattage transmitter, and a sunrise-to-sunset-only broadcast schedule.

    Crosscut

  • Throw in the ability to print daytimer pages and an iPhone app, and it would kick ass.

    The First Time

  • Write it out - use a journal, daytimer, or spreadsheet to identify where your time is going.

    Amy Swift: Ladies Who Launch: Balance Schmalance

  • I ripped it out and stuck it in the page of my daytimer to call our pediatrician.

    Lee Woodruff: The Nerds and the Bees

  • What a lovely story - and a great reminder not to be too married to the daytimer!

    As for God His Way is Perfect

  • Well, like the other sensual cues mentioned last time, walking into a dedicated writing environment makes the transition from mundane non-writing time to creative time clear to not only your daytimer, but to your body.

    Author! Author! » Blog Archive » Great gifts for writers with great gifts, part X: where you stand depends on where you sit, sometimes literally

  • I actually have a palette which I keep swatches of in a little daytimer binder so I can bring them shopping, geek that I am and a plan.

    April 2008

  • Neither the jackpot ($5200, paid in $100 installments weekly) nor the looming presence of Mortimer Snerd endeared the show to many viewers, and in the fall of 1957 ABC picked up the show, turned it into a daytimer, installed Johnny Carson (yes, that Johnny Carson) as the host, and streamlined the title to the shorter but less grammatical Who Do You Trust?

    dustbury.com » Trust company

  • The go-to guy in “urban” radio these days, of course, is Russell M. Perry, publisher of the Black Chronicle, who started with one AM daytimer and now owns fourteen stations, including KRMP/KVSP in Oklahoma City.

    dustbury.com » “Negroes in the News”

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