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a wood-turning tool used for shaping the insides and bottoms of cylinders
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Nor did she think of him further than to recollect that he had not been there when it was broad daylight, and that she did not know him as any one of the Marlott labourers, which was no wonder, her absences having been so long and frequent of late years.
He was evidently bent on seeing the man whom his sister had spoken to, in broad daylight.
It was broad daylight when Anne awoke and sat up in bed, staring confusedly at the window through which a flood of cheery sunshine was pouring and outside of which something white and feathery waved across glimpses of blue sky.
In broad daylight, when it can't be spotted from the outside, you shall have as much artificial light as you like.
It seems as if I had looked at everything, hitherto, in broad daylight, or else in the ruddy light of a cheerful fire, glimmering and dancing through a room.
Withdraw to a distance, and wait till it is broad daylight, and then we shall see whether it will be proper or not to open to you.
But he very seldom left it, and still more rarely was seen walking in broad daylight.
On one side of the door were the broad daylight and the familiar realities of life.
So Ojo snuggled down in his bed and fell asleep, and he was so tired that he never wakened until broad daylight.
Broad daylight illumined the apartment, for the sun was high in heaven, though obscured by rolling masses of autumnal vapour.
If the police here knew their business they would shoot you full of holes with revolvers, or else try to sand-bag you from behind in broad daylight.
Next morning I awoke from prolonged and sound repose with the impression that I was yet in X , and perceiving it to be broad daylight I started up, imagining that I had overslept myself and should be behind time at the counting-house.