twenty-four hours

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Leaving Joppa, the next point of interest to visit will be Alexandria, which will be reached in twenty-four hours.
So you see, Mamma, everything WILL be settled twenty-four hours in advance," she said, stooping over to kiss her mother's troubled forehead.
The fact is, Sir Seymour," Thomson explained, "we've had notice--not exactly notice, but we've decoded a secret dispatch which gives us reason to believe that a Zeppelin raid will be attempted on London during the next twenty-four hours.
Even I -- who have been in Spaceland, and have had the privilege of understanding for twenty-four hours the meaning of 'height' -- even I cannot now comprehend it, nor realize it by the sense of sight or by any process of reason; I can but apprehend it by faith.
With these facts before him he did not deem it necessary that he should become feverish over the possibilities of the ensuing twenty-four hours.
But for this unexpected glimpse, no act of his during the next twenty-four hours could have given me the slightest suspicion that all was not well with his nerve.
Twenty-four hours ago I would have sworn that there was no accomplice
It was the height of the summer; yet it rained for more than twenty-four hours, and did not clear until the afternoon of the third day.
Cylinder followed cylinder on its interplanetary flight; every twenty-four hours brought them reinforcement.
And in six times twenty-four hours, without darkness, one would have time to settle comfortably.
But in the meantime, he began to feel hungry, for it was twenty-four hours since he had eaten.
You may struggle nobly for twenty-four hours, maybe, if you are an adamantine sort of person, but in the mean time you will have been so wretchedly served, and so insolently, that you will haul down your colors, and go to impoverishing yourself with fees.
The station at Allahabad was reached about ten o'clock, and, the interrupted line of railway being resumed, would enable them to reach Calcutta in less than twenty-four hours.
Twenty-four hours a day were the watches I stood at sea, catching cat-naps when I might.
On the 9th of November, 1867, the old man died; at least his dead body was discovered on the 10th, and physicians testified that death had occurred about twenty-four hours previously--precisely how, they were unable to say; for the post-mortem examination showed every organ to be absolutely healthy, with no indication of disorder or violence.