from dawn to dusk

from dawn to dusk

From sunrise to sunset. When the power was out, we had to do as much as we could from dawn to dusk.
See also: dawn

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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Hajj pilgrims during the stones throwing ritual JEDDAH, Aug 12 (KUNA) -- Hajj pilgrims began Monday the stones throwing ritual, which will last for three days from dawn to dusk. The ritual will be followed by the circumambulation of the Kaaba, which will be the final act of worship for pilgrims before heading back to their homes and countries.
During this month, the devout observe rigorous fasting for about 30 days and do not consume food or water from dawn to dusk. They eat Sehri (a pre-dawn meal) and break their day-long fast with 'Iftar' in the evening.
From dawn to dusk cattle are seen grazing in one side, in the boundary of the grid station and children mostly minors are found playing under the high tension power lines and near the installation of the grid station without fear of risk.The local people off and on brought the matter into notice of the concerned authorities several times but no heed was paid towards the issue.
Devout Muslims fast from dawn to dusk during Ramadan, abstaining from even water.
Followers of which religion observe a strict fast from dawn to dusk throughout the month of Ramadan?
May 17 will be the first day of the holy month when the faithfuls will keep fast from dawn to dusk.
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. Sometimes it begins with a pressure so low that it is difficult to cook or to heat up geyser in this chilling season.
The three-day Eid al-Fitr holiday marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month during which Muslims fast from dawn to dusk. The crosses of a church overlook praying Muslims at el-Seddik mosque in Sheraton, Cairo -- Hazem Abdel Samad
NEW YORK -- Ramazan, a sacred month, in which Muslims across the globe fast from dawn to dusk in order to seek the forgiveness and blessings of the Allah Almighty.
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.
How hard they worked from dawn to dusk, In Factories, Mines and Mills.
During Ramadan, Muslims abstain from food, drinks and sexual intercourse from dawn to dusk, which is an exercise in self-restraint, intended to bring the faithful closer to God.
The meeting endorsed the rule limiting fishing from dawn to dusk on the club's stretch of the Monmouthshire Canal and agreed two new competitions when the club's match calendar opens in April.
Admonitions such as how to dream big and how to practice patience from dawn to dusk to the seven points of building character are covered in a format that lends to quick browsing and easy understanding, setting this little book apart from most other self-help titles that offer too much detail and a depth that injects fear into what should be a relatively simple process of self-discovery.
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.