from dawn to dusk

from dawn to dusk

Fig. during the period of the day when there is light; from the rising of the sun to the setting of the sun. I have to work from dawn to dusk on the farm. The factory runs from dawn to dusk to produce hats and gloves.
See also: dawn
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RIGH under the nose of the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources, in Shahzad Town, street No 15, Islamabad, there is no gas supply from dawn to dusk.
He stressed that the women living in villages work from dawn to dusk while standing shoulder to shoulder with their male companions in the fields to live their lives.
Fasting - one of the five pillars of Islam is mandatory for all Muslims with sound body and mind to observe month-long fasting by abstaining from food, drink, sex and ill-practices from dawn to dusk, and develop in the process self-discipline and sympathy for people suffering from hunger and deprivation the whole year round.
Manama, June 29 -- (BNA): The Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (SCIA) has issued a statement ordering all coffee shops and restaurants to refrain from opening during the daytime and also prohibiting any smoking, eating or drinking on the roads, markets or public places everyday from dawn to dusk throughout the holy month of Ramadan 1435 H.
Access is allowed from dawn to dusk and the season extends until Nov.
Our team here have worked very hard, from dawn to dusk, to ensure conditions are safe and we all hope for a trouble-free meeting," he said.
Ramadan is a month of fasting from dawn to dusk, worship and studying the Holy Qur'an.
Muslims scan the sky at night in search of the new moon to determine the start of Ramadan, the holiest month for the world's more than one billion Muslims, during which observant believers fast from dawn to dusk.
ISLAMABAD, May 09, 2010 (Balochistan Times): In order to minimize the threat of bursting of dam on Hunza river near Hunza valley, FWO is working with full vigour to deepen and widen the spillway cut by using over 17 plant pieces from dawn to dusk.
BOUVERIE'S DOUBLE: STATE OF PLAY and FROM DAWN TO DUSK
I remember playing games English Bulldog, Kick The Can and Tracker with a street full of pals from dawn to dusk.
The civil enforcement officers will work from dawn to dusk - 8am to 10pm seven days a week - to bring in the 20,000 extra tickets a year the council has targeted.
Muslims scan the sky at night in search of the new moon to proclaim the start of Ramadan, the holiest month for the world's more than one billion Muslims, during which people fast from dawn to dusk.
They worked from dawn to dusk each day, milking cows, digging ditches, sowing seeds and harvesting crops to supply the nation with food.
and child is a wordless secret, calling across rooms from dawn to dusk,