At noon

At noon 
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TWO TRAVELERS, worn out by the heat of the summer's sun, laid themselves down at noon under the widespreading branches of a Plane-Tree.
The Fourth arrived, and punctual Paul Came, with his legal friend, at noon.
Nor does Terror walk at noon, For the lampless Earth in which he lies
"But this statement is not mathematically correct, because the equinox does not necessarily begin at noon."
At noon he came again and gave us our food and water; this time Dolly came with him; she was crying, and I could gather from what they said that Jerry was dangerously ill, and the doctor said it was a bad case.
Your father is in a good club, I know, but that won't keep the horses, and they'll be eating their heads off all this time; I'll come at noon and hear what she says," and without waiting for Harry's thanks he was gone.
At noon I think he went and saw Polly, for he and Harry came to the stable together, harnessed Hotspur, and took him out.
"But the steamer leaves at noon!" observed Passepartout, nervously.
Blucher, who is from the Far West and is on his first voyage, was a good deal worried by the constantly changing "ship time." He was proud of his new watch at first and used to drag it out promptly when eight bells struck at noon, but he came to look after a while as if he were losing confidence in it.
All in a hot and copper sky, The bloody Sun, at noon, Right up above the mast did stand, No bigger than the Moon.
Tarik Fadil, SVP Commercial at noon, said: "Our partnership with Thumbay Group comes in line with our strategy to empower the local groups and develop their online business.
22: NYARM School of Property Management begins its Expenditure Budgeting course at noon. Classes are held every Friday afternoon.