around-the-clock love



from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective proceeding without interruption for twenty four hours every day.

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  • adjective All day and night; all of the time.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective at all times
  • adverb without stopping


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  • It's been around-the-clock brown on stylish television series like "Mad Men" and "Boardwalk Empire."

    Brown Magic

  • But around-the-clock media attention—and higher expectations among wealthier residents— has intensified the anxiety and led to more criticism of the government's handling of the crisis.

    Bangkok's Old-Timers Recall Even Worse Deluges

  • After days of around-the-clock network coverage, they gave a meditative pace to an adrenalized story.

    Cameras Defining the Chaos and Its Aftermath

  • We've seen patients come for kidney transplants who ended up with renal failure because of daily around-the-clock use of naproxen.

    Read the drug labels, avoid dangerous side effects

  • He trained legions of other doctors, nurses and health care professionals in the around-the-clock monitoring of a patient's vital signs, saving an exponential number of lives.

    Dr. Max Harry Weil, pioneer in critical care medicine and CPR, dies at 84

  • Osama bin Laden: On one of the most competitive breaking news stories of the year, The Huffington Post's national news team provided around-the-clock coverage pegged to up-to-the-minute live blogging, informative features, and wide-ranging analysis about the capture and killing of bin Laden.

    Arianna Huffington: HuffPost + AOL: The First Year in Numbers

  • Hiring private security would be very expensive, Kendall says: "A couple hundred dollars an hour, around-the-clock guards and their housing — you can imagine what it would look like after a month."

    Is Casey Anthony in danger after her release Sunday?

  • So readily do we summon memories of the depositions to which we willingly submitted, the idea factory that operated around-the-clock, the allegro vocal patterns, the attentive gaze and dancing eyes, the prods and encouragement, the joyfulness.

    Andrew S. Doctoroff: The Last Lecture Given by Our Good Friend Jeff Zaslow

  • Sixteen months later, on June 11, 2007, opening arguments in the first Omnibus Autism trial were made in a federal courthouse in Washington, D.C. The suit filed by the parents of Michelle Cedillo, who at twelve years old was largely confined to a wheelchair and continued to require around-the-clock medical care, was selected as the first test case for the dual-causation hypothesis.

    The Panic Virus

  • Only a few years ago, the party was considered a model of lockstep discipline with around-the-clock message control and seamless coordination of policy and politics.

    Sunday Reading


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