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If his only way out were to make an entirely new tapestry he would be here far longer than a single year; the spell was a high-order one, requiring that every second of that twenty-four hour ritual be absolutely perfect.
What "day" yom, is (here the whole twenty-four hour day) every one knows, and yet the etymology of the term is entirely unknown.
When the verse concludes with the statement that the first "day" (yom) is concluded, the term must mean a twenty-four hour period.
He could picture her meeting the physical strains which men habitually endure -- the all-day rides on a round-up, the unbroken twenty-four hour labors of wrecking crews repairing a wash-out -- and recovering normally after a good meal and twelve hours of sleep.
The sheriff turned to a deputy and told him to put twenty-four hour surveillance on Miss Latham until Beaumont was caught.
There was no proper organization for a twenty-four hour listening watch at the Cairns Ambulance; in an emergency such as this everybody had to muscle in and lend a hand.