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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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He saw the deserted flat on the river bank by the Klondike, and he saw the log cabins and warehouses spring up, and all the log structures he had built, and his sawmills working night and day on three shifts.
But you should have seen that Ophir--power plants, electric lights, and hundreds of men on the pay-roll, working night and day.
While working night and day, I sometimes lose all recollection of the past, and then I experience the same sort of happiness I can imagine the dead feel; still, it is better than suffering.
The number of people regularly working nights has shot up by 260,000 in the past five years - a 9% increase, according to new TUC analysis.
THE number of people regularly working nights has increased 260,000 in the past five years, according to new research analysis from the TUC.
More working nights THE number of people regularly working nights has increased by 260,000 in the past five years.
Ryszard Masierak, 31, and David Wagstaff, 53, appeared at Aylesbury Crown Court yesterday over the crash near Milton More working nights THE number of people regularly working nights has increased by 260,000 in the past five years.
WALES has the largest percentage of employees working nights compared to the rest of the UK.
It wants to make sure no workers can be forced to work nights, shifts to be negotiated and remuneration for those working nights should reflect additional costs of child care and inconvenience.
But the study found no evidence that those women working nights for up to 29 years had a greater likelihood of getting the disease.
In his submission on behalf of the NSWNA, Dr Ron Grunstein, who is a global expert in sleep medicine, said working nights radically displaces the body's natural circadian rhythm, thus disrupting natural eating patterns.
It came as the Danish government began paying out to women who have developed breast cancer after long spells working nights.
I began working nights 25 years ago because it worked better for my child care.
But an employment appeal tribunal (EAT) held that the approach of the chief constable to single out and reward those working nights could not be achieved if those who did not were paid the same amounts.