midday

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Bourbon or rye, or cunningly aged blends, constituted the pre- midday drinking.
The little man began to tear his hair, saying, "How can I get to Vannes from here by midday to-morrow?
Well, you're in a fair way to get out of your difficulties; give yourself a good attack of indigestion with your excellent living, and put yourself out of the way between this and midday to-morrow.
It wants an hour to midday," the Prince said, softly.
What Hewet fails to understand," he remarked, "is that we must break the back of the ascent before midday.
The midday sun which Hirst had foretold was beginning to beat down hotly.
At length, one day, or one night, (for midnight and midday were of the same color in that sepulchre), she heard above her a louder noise than was usually made by the turnkey when he brought her bread and jug of water.
There, in the middle of the pavement,--it was midday, the sun was shining brightly,--a creature was dancing.
They were before an opening in front of a large factory, from which men and women were streaming for their midday meal.
Some minutes before midday the first driblets of metal began to flow; the reservoirs filled little by little; and, by the time that the whole melting was completely accomplished, it was kept in abeyance for a few minutes in order to facilitate the separation of foreign substances.
And he said if he warn't back by midday the duke and me would know it was all right, and we was to come along.
I was good and glad when midday come and no king; we could have a change, anyway -- and maybe a chance for THE chance on top of it.
She retained a few of the sketches, and gave all the rest to Madame Ratignolle, who appreciated the gift far beyond its value and proudly exhibited the pictures to her husband when he came up from the store a little later for his midday dinner.
I am extremely sorry; but I knew there was a coach from your part of the country at midday, and I thought you would come by that one.
According to the fall 2003 Arbitron, KIHT's largest audience is during middays when Rich Dalton holds the fort.