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daylight

[′dā‚līt]
(astronomy)
Light of the day, from sun and sky.
(engineering)

daylight

The period of time during any day that begins with the morning civil twilight and ends with the evening civil twilight. Civil twilight is the period before sunrise and after sunset when the sun's center is between 0° and 6° below the horizon.
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Once seeing daylight, Tyrur Ji Sung should have all the answers in the latter stages.
Finally seeing daylight inside the final furlong, Tony Tie stormed home a length and a half clear of Material Witness, whose jockey Darley was cautioned for careless riding.
Gymcrack hero Blue Artisan was just denied in the Gold Cup final at Monmore, but his smart all-round pace makes him one of the most feared four-bend performers and he will be tough to contain if seeing daylight.
Jockey Billy Lee had plenty under him throughout the 1m6f premier handicap, but was stopped in his tracks at every turn, only for his mount to run on strongly for fourth when finally seeing daylight.
With Eye Onthe Tempo applying pressure on the pacesetter, Fatboyz Zorro brought his stamina into play to loom large at the fifth bend and simply powered away once seeing daylight to win by just under eight lengths from Mountjoy Topaz in 35.
01 when hitting the front inside the final furlong, while Charles Parnell picked up well once seeing daylight to the joy of those who backed him at a high of 60.
DO Mac's Power Paddy O'Gorman Kempton, Saturday, September 5 Held up right at the back and flew home once seeing daylight, but the progressive winner had gone beyond recall.
MB 'He flew home once seeing daylight and can be rated better than the bare form' Tinaar Gerard Butler Kempton, Saturday, September 5 Good enough to make a winning handicap debut on the all-weather.
Shaneboy Luke is pacey when seeing daylight and is likely to be well placed to pick up the pieces if there is any crowding inside.
Once seeing daylight, Deanridge Ammo was always travelling by far the better and hit the front rounding the final couple of turns, confirming first-round supremacy over a gallant Droopys Goran by a length and a half in 24.
He'll end up arriving at press conferences looking like a Football Manager zombie: red eyes, unshaven, translucent skin after not seeing daylight for a month, and a pot belly from eating takeaways every night.
His stride pattern is hardly the smoothest, but this youngster really covers the ground when seeing daylight and he should be tough to contain if negotiating the opening turns unscathed.