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or hour-long  (our′lông′, -lŏng′)
Lasting an hour: an hourlong television episode.


adj, adv
lasting an hour


or hour′-long`,

lasting an hour.
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Adj.1.hourlong - lasting for an hour; "an hourlong examination"
long - primarily temporal sense; being or indicating a relatively great or greater than average duration or passage of time or a duration as specified; "a long life"; "a long boring speech"; "a long time"; "a long friendship"; "a long game"; "long ago"; "an hour long"
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The program, centered on a group of biological and foster children of multiple ethnicities being raised by two mothers, will be an hourlong.
We've got a limited time to cover what will take you all of tomorrow to live," he'll say in all seriousness, conducting his hourlong workshops with the rigidity normally reserved for classroom lectures.
Flowering dogwood (left) was one of the many trees in the native plant garden that about 30 people were shown during the hourlong tour.
A cast of martial-arts mavens--including virtually no Chinese-Americans--geared the hourlong production for young audiences, and children in attendance appreciated its broad humor, simple narrative, and action sequences.
Pact calls for Murphy to write, develop and produce both half-hour and hourlong programs for the studios.
When you do an hourlong drama, it's like doing a minimovie every eight days," he muses.
BURBANK -- Four males were arrested late Friday on suspicion of robbery after an hourlong search, Burbank police said.
Books, dozens of them, were lined up against the back wall as if they had been shelved there, becoming in the course of the hourlong work very much part of the action.
If the pilot meets the network's expectations, FX will commission six hourlong episodes, which could get on the schedule as early as this summer.
I would go along with the stronger forecast,'' Kyser said during an hourlong presentation on holiday trends at the Glendale Galleria.
Because only the first half hour of "Greed" has been competing against "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," Fox has been selling the hourlong gamer as two separate half-hours.