all day long


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during the entire day

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The light streamed on it through the coloured window--a window, where the boughs of trees were ever rustling in the summer, and where the birds sang sweetly all day long. With every breath of air that stirred among those branches in the sunshine, some trembling, changing light, would fall upon her grave.
And thenceforth, every day, and all day long, he waited at her grave, for her.
All day long the gates of the packing houses were besieged by starving and penniless men; they came, literally, by the thousands every single morning, fighting with each other for a chance for life.
Thus all day long the young men worshipped the god with song, hymning him and chaunting the joyous paean, and the god took pleasure in their voices; but when the sun went down, and it came on dark, they laid themselves down to sleep by the stern cables of the ship, and when the child of morning, rosy-fingered Dawn, appeared they again set sail for the host of the Achaeans.
All day long from morn till eve, was I falling, till at sunset I came to ground in the island of Lemnos, and there I lay, with very little life left in me, till the Sintians came and tended me."
Toto played all day long, and Dorothy played with him, and loved him dearly.
She was dressed usually in a pink Mother Hubbard, and she wore all day long a large straw hat.
Almost all day long the house resounded with their running feet, their cries, and their spontaneous laughter.
We are not tired of the endless processions of cheerful, chattering gossipers that throng these courts and streets all day long, either; nor of the coarse-robed monks; nor of the "Asti" wines, which that old doctor
"We stare at our reflections all day long in rehearsals and if you see something brighter in the mirror, it lifts you up and gets you out of the winter blues."