Definition of 'twenty-four-hour'
Example sentences containing 'twenty-four-hour'
He described a life she recognized; a life spent on the move, twenty-four-hour jet lag, a blur of cities, restaurants, offices, hotels.CHAMELEON (2002)
Call Major Inacio and have him put both the wine bar and Caldere's house under twenty-four-hour surveillance.CODE BREAKER (2002) A SONG AT TWILIGHT (2002)
Definition of twenty-four-hour from the Collins English Dictionary
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