from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See shift.


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  • I can't just put in an extra half-shift and make all the problems go away.

    A Shadow in Summer

  • I'm working a half-shift tonight, due to somebody having confidence in Incompetent Co-worker's ability to get my job done right the first time, with minor supervision.

    bluemeany Diary Entry

  • This practice should be continued till you can execute with facility upon the half-shift any

    The Violin Its Famous Makers and Their Imitators

  • Usually, of course, it's just Grant alone in the field, using his gifts of gab and observation - skills that came into play during one midday half-shift during elk season.

    Yakima Herald-Republic Weekly News

  • Not long after Belanger was whistled for holding at 14: 18, which was preceded a half-shift earlier by a second Brunnstrom scoring chance, James Neal picked up a hooking penalty at 15: 46.

    Wild Top Stories


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