high noon

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There may be a clue after all, if we can find why today his paroxysms came on at high noon and at sunset.
I really did not expect any Grace to answer; for the laugh was as tragic, as preternatural a laugh as any I ever heard; and, but that it was high noon, and that no circumstance of ghostliness accompanied the curious cachinnation; but that neither scene nor season favoured fear, I should have been superstitiously afraid.
At home I found a note from Paul, asking me to come up immediately, and it was high noon when I came spinning up the driveway on my wheel.
He led them at high noon along crowded Simla Mall to the Alliance Bank of Simla, where they wished to establish their identity.
Peggotty, with his face one high noon of enjoyment, 'but he loses that there art of his to our little Em'ly.
At high noon on a Saturday, I stood alone in the middle of the historical district.
Also in the top 10 were The Great Train Robbery the first Western High Noon and The Alamo.
It's a High Noon showdown which points to a Blues victory on current form.
As he paused to collect his thoughts I felt the clock ticking towards high noon.
The films here are listed alphabetically, and range from Annie Hall and Breathless to La Dolce Vita, Double Indemnity, High Noon, Fargo and The Wizard of Oz.
HIGH NOON IN TOKYO (The Sydney Morning Herald, Sydney)
EVERTON have issued a High Noon deadline for their FA Cup shoot-out with Crewe Alexandra on Sunday.
At the same time, Shoot is uniquely accessible as art, a kind of updated High Noon that is as much about the camera as the gun.
One of Gourevitch's great discoveries as he sketches the pursuer and the pursued is Rosenzweig's love since adolescence of High Noon.
High Noon, though "well handled," is faulted because "social drama" has no place in the genre.