After six months of working in the graveyard shift
, he soon developed a sleeping disorder, which later triggered anxiety and depression.
Marilyn Cox, a 92-year-old Rosie, said she worked graveyard shifts
as a welder on a ship in Portland.
He covered the full back and the winger and we called it the graveyard shift
when we were at Sheffield.
It means there is unlikely to be a repeat of the graveyard shift
that saw the mechanics work until 3am on Saturday morning at Silverstone replacing the system.
Instead, they will draft in bobbies who are already working the graveyard shift
in quieter parts of the city to cover patrols late on Friday and Saturday nights.
Of this very large group of ODOC employees, a relatively small number of them, for various reasons, choose to work graveyard shift
The pre-dawn departure will mean the graveyard shift
for Zamka and his crew during the entire 13-day flight.
This semester, Bunker Hill Community College in Boston is offering two classes on the graveyard shift
in a move to accommodate an unprecedented boost in enrollment attributed to the struggling economy as people look to augment their job skills without having to pay the tuition costs of more expensive schools.
Foley has been a real rags to riches success story for Today FM - starting life doing the graveyard shift
from 10pm until midnight before moving on to his popular lunchtime slot.
Our life is a permanent graveyard shift
," explains the hunchbacked protagonist of this rather disappointing animated feature.
Anybody who has woken up confused and in pain in a hospital bed at 3am in the morning can't help having a high regard for the nurse who is working the graveyard shift
to ensure there is somebody there to help.
While working the graveyard shift
at the local supermarket, art-school student Ben (Sean Biggerstaff) discovers he can get through the grind by making time literally come to a stop.