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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MORNING I love working the early shift on Wightlink's route from Lymington in the New Forest to Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight.
Bosses believe they could save PS160,000 by bringing in an early shift, starting at 6am, or a late shift, finishing at 9.48pm.
The early shift is easy enough to manage with two Champions League games on BT and the rogue Serie A fixture streamed by Eleven Sports.
McNicoll (below) spent the first two days of the Open working the early shift in the club shop.
"The current shift entitlement is based on doing a late shift on Saturday and an early shift on Sunday.
Mojo and Pc Healy had been at home after an early shift when news of the attack, which happened after an Ariana Grande concert, broke and immediately they made their way to the scene.
They both stayed overnight to be ready for their early shift the next day.
How can Vince ignore the smug, condescending and unelected Jean-Claude Junker as he bestrides 28 countries like a modern Napoleon on the early shift? Apparently postmeridian he engages in his Bacchanalian lifestyle.
But the Belfast man's return to the early shift for Good Morning Britain meant he had to set his alarm clock for 2.40am - and wife Ruth Langsford was not amused.
I was due to work an early shift. An early shift to me is what most people would call an ordinary shift - a nine-tofive slog involving trafficclogged journeys to work and a lunch break taken the same time as everybody else.
I was due to work an early shift. An early shift to me is what most people would call an ordinary shift - a nine-to-five slog involving traffic-clogged journeys to and from work and a lunch break taken at exactly the same time as everybody else.
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