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graveyard shift

[′grāv‚yärd ‚shift]
(industrial engineering)
The shift of workers that begins at or around midnight; the last shift of the day.
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Just as it provided food for the swing shift, the museum ordered pizza and sodas for the graveyard shift.
But in the graveyard shift, there were less people from 2am onwards," she said.
Dusters ranged all over the mine on the graveyard shift, carrying hoses, connectors, and nozzles.
His bill, however, proposes that all BPO employees should be paid an additional pay amounting to 25 percent of their basic salary for work undertaken during the graveyard shift.
Phil Minto is a man who enjoys the graveyard shift.
Two new studies find evidence that women who work the graveyard shift also increase their chance of developing breast cancer.
How long before someone plucks her from the graveyard shift and gives her peak-time exposure?
It was the third extrajudicial killing of suspected drug pushers that I covered on the graveyard shift last week.
A measure seeking to increase the graveyard shift pay of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) employees from 10 percent to 25 percent of their basic salary has been filed at the House of Representatives.
It was only when he watched a rerun a few months later, that he realised why millions of us screamed at our TVs on the graveyard shift one late summer's evening in 2000.
He's stranded in the graveyard shift at a dinky radio station by night and irking the staff of a roadside businessman's motel by day (one employee, amusingly played by Sally Phillips, laughs openly, frequently and witheringly at him), with only his bewilderingly loyal personal assistant Lynn (Felicity Montagu) to defend what honor he has remaining.
No-one has a bad word to say about the Heaton cabbie who has worked long and hard on the graveyard shift at Byker and Waterline Taxis.

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