twelve noon

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Noun1.twelve noon - the middle of the daytwelve noon - the middle of the day    
24-hour interval, day, mean solar day, solar day, twenty-four hour period, twenty-four hours - time for Earth to make a complete rotation on its axis; "two days later they left"; "they put on two performances every day"; "there are 30,000 passengers per day"
time of day, hour - clock time; "the hour is getting late"
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In this connection, News and Current Affairs Channel of Radio Pakistan has organized a two hour long live show from five minutes past ten in the morning to twelve noon. Tributes will be paid to the legends of radio who contributed in the glory of Radio Pakistan.
A policeman was shot dead in Isabela City shortly before twelve noon on Tuesday.
Earlier, the jail superintendent had written a letter to Imran's family according to the jail rules and the final meeting between the family and the condemned prisoner was scheduled for Tuesday at twelve noon inside the jail.
BT have scheduled our home game versus Fulham for twelve noon on November 11, which is Remembrance Sunday, the one day in the year when we pause to remember The Fallen in the past wars - people who gave their lives so that we could enjoy the freedom to watch football and television.
Upon arrival at around twelve noon, the passengers alighted and their cargoes were unloaded.
On her behalf, I phoned the council and I was eventually told to make sure that I was at home the next day at twelve noon when I would be told when they would deliver my neighbour's replacement fire.
According to the schedule of the elections, nomination papers can be filed by twelve noon, to be followed by their scrutiny.
Speaker John Bercow led the vigil as the Big Ben bells tolled twelve noon over the Parliamentary estate and as the event ended said: "Colleagues, thank you for supporting the people of France."
The tradition of mounting this ex-liturgical office during the hours of twelve noon to three on Good Friday in churches started in the New World spread to Spain and then to the rest of Europe.