Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of day shift.

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Examples

  • Cynthia, Matthew's dayshift nurse, comes in smelling like jasmine.

    Cougar

  • You worked seven consecutive days of dayshift, then seven days of swingshift, then seven days of graveyard then started all over again.

    David Macaray: We Do the Work

  • This included the dayshift, which should have been asleep.

    Chapter 3

  • I had to get up early because I'm working dayshift today.

    Happy New Year

  • At the start of the new year, I moved from my normal second shift hours of 3pm-11pm to a much more family friendly dayshift hours of 7am-3pm - which also has taken the family some getting used to.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • Mr. Wheeler was the dayshift toolpusher, the man who supervised the drilling crew for 12 hours each day.

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

  • "Right then." he starts, "You do the dayshift on the Enterprise, along with the rest of the senior staff, while you, Commanders Riker, Data, Troi and Crusher regularly assume command in the so-called 'graveyard shift', when the ship simulates a nighttime environment?"

    Itemising Picard's Week

  • "Right then." he starts, "You do the dayshift on the Enterprise, along with the rest of the senior staff, while you, Commanders Riker, Data, Troi and Crusher regularly assume command in the so-called 'graveyard shift', when the ship simulates a nighttime environment?"

    Archive 2010-04-01

  • I had to get up early because I'm working dayshift today.

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • At the start of the new year, I moved from my normal second shift hours of 3pm-11pm to a much more family friendly dayshift hours of 7am-3pm - which also has taken the family some getting used to.

    What We've Been Doing

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