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“On the home front, my mother had found herself a job as a ward clerk at Santa Monica Hospital working the three-to-eleven shift.”
“A call to the warden's office revealed that a dozen men on the prison's three-to-eleven tour had staged a sick-out the week of the hijacking.”
“Julian was scheduled to work the three-to-eleven shift, and with Randolph and Mrs. Pitt away she was alone.”
“Bosch watched as the patrol units came in from the three-to-eleven shift and the officers went into the station to change out of uniforms, shower and call it a night, if they could.”
“If she worked the three-to-eleven shift, then it was unlikely she was used to going to bed before two.”
“People working more than one job-and in effect I would be doing that for a day by going from my three-to-eleven stint at WalMart to a day at Menards-have to take sleep deprivation in stride.”
“If it was what they called the three-to-eleven shift, I think maybe about two or two-thirty they”
“His wife works the three-to-eleven shift over at Davett’s company and she forgot her supper so he dropped it off a half hour ago and drove home.”
“He’d cook omelets for everybody on the three-to-eleven.””
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