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Dawn

Day's

keyword: Day
All Day Long »
(during the length of the entire day...)


Call It A Day »
(end the day's work; finish working for the day...)


Forever And A Day »
(a very long time...)


From This Day On »
(starting today, and including every day after today...)


Get The Day Off »
(have a day without working...)


Have A Field Day »
(have great success; be very successful on that day...)


Rome Was Not Built In One Day »
(all great works take time to finish...)


Rome Wasn't Built In A Day »
(a great work takes time to do...)


Save Something For A Rainy Day »
(don't act on it now; it will be useful in the future...)


Win The Day »
(Be successful on this day...)


With Each Passing Day »
(time goes by while it happens...)


Around The Clock »
(during any hour of the day; 24 hours...)


First Thing In The Morning »
(the first thing done on a new day...)


From Dawn To Dusk »
(all day, from the moment the sun comes up until the moment it goes down...)


The Daily Grind »
(the hard work that one does every day...)




Dawn

Day's


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