Definition of 'daylight hours'
Example sentences containing 'daylight hours'
KICK BACK (2002)
report suggests the Hon. had been dead between two and four days. Dee's alibi'd at work for most of the relevant daylight hours.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2002) KICK BACK (2002)
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Definition of daylight hours from the Collins English Dictionary
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