daylight hours

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daylight hours

nplore fpl diurne or del giorno
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We traveled entirely by night, timing our marches so that we camped during the day at deserted cities where, even to the beasts, we were all kept indoors during the daylight hours.
It was now late in the afternoon, and the balance of the daylight hours were devoted to the building of a rude ladder by means of which Lady Alice could mount to her new home.
For two days they camped there, and constantly during daylight hours Usanga compelled the Englishman to instruct him in the art of flying.
During the daylight hours it is always extremely hot; at night it is intensely cold.
At first I spent the daylight hours on the southward beach watching for a ship, hoping and praying for a ship.
A spokesman for the team said that due to concerns over the lack of daylight hours, with the call being received at 1.
In the spring the clocks went ahead an hour so that an hour of daylight moves from the early morning to night time, essentially this makes the daylight hours fall during the times that most people are awake.
The generator-powered ATM will be open during daylight hours year round, even through extreme winter conditions.
Last week, Dar Al-Ifta, the authority for religious verdicts in Egypt, issued a statement saying that breaking the fast during daylight hours in Ramadan in Muslim countries is not considered a "personal" freedom.
Towards the end of the holy month of Ramadan, daylight hours will be 13 hours and 35 minutes, and the fasting period will be 15 hours and 5 minutes.
In 1988, daylight saving time was first introduced in Egypt as a power-saving measure prolonging daylight hours.
No cool drinks for them during daylight hours, no food.