It's one o'clock

It's one o'clock   
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You talk as though we were sitting in a club; don't you know it's one o'clock in the morning, and the lights on, and a dead man down below?
The guy's a builder - if you want him to leave the house sharpish, just tell him it's one o'clock on a Friday.
It's one o'clock and it's a hot day," friend-ofthe-family Danielle Foley said.
"So it's noon in Great Britain?" "Well, actually it's one o'clock, but don't let that bother you."
"The person who is suffering with it really doesn't know if it's one o'clock, 12 o'clock, who they are or where they are.
He answers letters and emails regardless of whether it's one o'clock in the morning, or six in the morning," says one of the closest associates of 58-year old businessman Ricardo Martinelli Berrocal, who has been president of Panama since July 1, 2009.
"When the boys are complaining about the snow and cold I'm thinking to myself it's one o'clock and we're finished for the day already.
Today, you only know it's one o'clock when someone asks you to pass the balsamic vinegar.

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