Thesaurus / daylight
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As a result, little daylight existed between fame as a young, attractive woman with any hint of a sex life and what we now know as public shaming.
BRITNEY SPEARS AND THE TRAUMA OF BEING YOUNG, FEMALE AND FAMOUS IN THE ’90SASHLEY FETTERSFEBRUARY 5, 2021WASHINGTON POST
In daylight, Brookesia chameleons scour the forest floor, snatching up mites and other small invertebrates, Glaw’s team suspects.
A NEW CHAMELEON SPECIES MAY BE THE WORLD’S TINIEST REPTILEJONATHAN LAMBERTFEBRUARY 4, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
Most of the risk associated with daylight saving time occurs in the spring, when we turn the clock forward and lose one hour of sleep.
WHY SLEEP EXPERTS SAY IT’S TIME TO DITCH DAYLIGHT SAVING TIMELGBTQ-EDITOROCTOBER 29, 2020NO STRAIGHT NEWS
Alexandria officers say they then waited until daylight, when they approached and found Nelson dead.
MICHAEL K. NELSON IS ROBBERY SUSPECT KILLED IN SHOOTOUT WITH ALEXANDRIA POLICERACHEL WEINEROCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
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