twenty-four-hour

twenty-four-hour

adj
lasting for twenty-four hours: a twenty-four hour strike.
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Subtract the single sublime twenty-four-hour period of time that was November 7th from the other 8,736 hours we slogged through, and you got yourself a pretty grisly swamp of an annum.
In both instances, our local police department went above and beyond, supplying two officers on twenty-four-hour duty to help.
Several pages of introduction offer a brief history and set the rules inherent in this twenty-four hour format--the entire work is to be created in a nonstop twenty-four-hour creative binge.
Extending Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (1960) into a twenty-four-hour video projection, Douglas Gordon murders the possibility of suspense.
Twenty-four-hour dual-probe pH testing revealed severe proximal and distal acid exposure (figure, B), which was probably the cause of the patient's heartburn and cough.
This is a city of five boroughs, with excellent twenty-four-hour transportation.
Twenty-four-hour air conditioning and heating are crucial due to heavy overtime hours by law firms.
Community members of Salinas, California, held a twenty-four-hour read-in on April 3 at the Cesar Chavez Library in an attempt to save it.
The camp offers parents a respite from the twenty-four-hour care of their children with disabilities and teaches campers independence.
The ads, featuring a flashy clip of Del Conte dancing in a purple dress, aired on several programs run by the cable company, including CNN, the Weather Channel, the Food Channel, and New York 1, a twenty-four-hour program of New York City news.
They got a twenty-four-hour trial, and the next day they were executed.