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in the morning

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin the morningin the morningFUTUREif something will happen in the morning, it will happen during the morning of the following day I’ll deal with that in the morning. morning
Examples from the Corpus
in the morningEspecially because you were birthed in the morning, when the buffaloes have to toil in the field.He's been spraying up here at one or two o'clock in the morning, sometimes.I was up early in the morning, but Holmes was up earlier.Late in the morning of June 19,1967, he received a call from Atty.Why hadn't the stupid boy said he would see Hank in school in the morning?It was six in the morning, and time for my Sunday to start.It's always brought to them first thing in the morning.
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