At midday

At midday 
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To-day, however, is the thirty-first of May, and he has not been yet, and to-morrow, at midday, the payment falls due; if, therefore, I don't pay to-morrow, those gentlemen can, by the terms of the contract, break off the bargain; I shall be stripped of everything; I shall have worked for three years, and given two hundred and fifty thousand francs for nothing, absolutely for nothing at all, dear M.
At midday the father turned to his small son and said,
At midday the Russian baggage train, the artillery, and columns of troops were defiling through the town of Enns on both sides of the bridge.
I am extremely sorry; but I knew there was a coach from your part of the country at midday, and I thought you would come by that one.
At the session's conclusion, volume remained at midday levels - with 30,000 positions having traded on the 36 put while 20,000 changed hands on the 39 put.
When we grabbed our figures at midday, roughly 18,000 contracts had traded hand on the August 17.