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night duty

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnight dutyˈnight ˌduty noun [uncountable]  work that is done during the nighton night duty She is on night duty at the hospital.
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night dutyMen were sometimes on the beat twenty-one out of twenty-four hours during the transition between day and night duty.In practice, the student will necessarily miss some continuity because of days off and night duty.Henry Bergson, an experienced field officer, was assigned to be 3d Brigade night duty officer.One girl who turned up for night duty wearing plimsolls received a proper rocket.No night duty was included in the study.After my first spell of night duty I collapsed into bed and slept for nineteen hours.On night duty, there's always plenty of deep doorways.on night dutyOn night duty, there's always plenty of deep doorways.As it happened I was on night duty.
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