morning shift

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morning shift

A typically 8-hour period of work that begins before the traditional Monday to Friday day shift (9:00 a.m.), with most of the hours worked before mid-day.
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Our first job, on the early shift, was that you damp dusted the place from top to bottom.
Police constable Brian Player, on his way to the early shift at nearby Solihull Police Station, tried to release the trapped driver before the emergency services arrived.
The wholesale market at the other end of the town (Brook Street, Lord Street and Byram Street) had much wider access roads, yet still required one early shift, uniformed officer to police the traffic movement every working day.
Then there is the early shift and the night shift, both employing large numbers of personnel.
The father was already up as he was working an early shift and managed to extinguish the flames.
For 25 years, he has risen with the sun and made his way to work for the early shift on Allied Steel and Wire's production line in Cardiff.
Zoe said: "It's funny to be back on the early shift but after becoming a mum I'm more of a morning person.
George Moffat said he was called out of bed on his day off to go in for an early shift.
Graham, a chef, noticed the smoke at 5am after getting up for an early shift at work.
Three of our drivers turned up for the early shift but had to go home again because they were too ill to work.
I'm divorced and if I'm on a late shift followed by an early shift I have to pack a bag for the boys overnight and remember things like dinner money, school trip money, sports clothes,' she said.
PHOTOGRAPHER Tony Hopkins has put in many an early shift to capture the Northumberland coast at what he considers to be its best.
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