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work nights

To work in the evenings, as opposed to during the day. I used to work nights, but it took such a toll on my sleeping that I switched back to the day shift.
See also: nights, work
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While he worked night and day to make his farms more productive and to extend his holdings of land, he regretted that he could not use his own restless energy in the building of temples, the slaying of unbelievers and in general in the work of glorifying God's name on earth.
The TUC said an extra 275,000 people worked nights between 2011 and 2016, taking the total to one in eight of the UK's workforce.
Ben Whatley, 36, from Ongar, has been in the job since April and hasn t worked nights for long.
There was no evidence that those who had worked nights for up to 14 years or between 15 and 29 years had any increased risk of developing breast cancer.
MY dad worked nights at a time when it was necessary, and Britain made things the world wanted.
Women who worked nights three or more times a week for over six years were more than twice as likely to have the disease as those who had not.
One report published in the Oxford Journal of the National Cancer Institute, showed a 36% greater risk of breast cancer for women who had worked night shifts for more than 30 years, compared with women who had never worked nights.
Eighty percent of them worked daytime schedules, 7 percent worked nights, and 13 percent rotated between day and night hours.
He said that until she worked nights she had never taken a day off work.
Sheriff's deputies said Nelson worked nights at schools around Lancaster and was suspected of stealing thousands of dollars worth of property ranging from computers to gift certificates to pharmaceuticals.
They found that women who worked nights were 50-70 per cent more likely to develop breast cancer.
Bob Murphy, western regional service manager for Unit, said Bruce Grissom worked nights, weekends and holidays to assist Motorola to get its new tools up and running.
6 percent; 293) had ever worked nights, compared with 1 in 3 (32.
The judge had heard how mother-of -four Sian Tait, 35, of Clos Mynnydd, Bettws, made false claims for benefits as she worked nights and battled to pay off thousands of pounds in debts.
As before, the researchers compared cancer incidence in women who reported working the graveyard shift with that of women who never worked nights.