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He found the trowel under the fence, as Gardener Jim had prophesied, and he worked all day, with a brief nooning at home.
Every man sits down to supper at six, during the summer months, and they have two hours' nooning.
A CALIFORNIA GIRLEDWARD ELDRIDGE
The many-gabled mansion lay fast asleep in the Sabbath nooning.
THE BROKEN SWORDDENNISON WORTHINGTON
Once a day at least it seemed to tire from its ceaseless flow and to take a nooning spell.
Next day, while nooning several miles out from Casper, we heard the whistle of a locomotive.
Down through the graveyard we went, and stopped for nooning at the little creek which ran through the bottom.
We didn't stop for nooning, and when we made an early camp the crack had opened out, and was a pass, sure enough.
Upon one occasion I was traveling in the Sonora region, and stopped for an hour's nooning, to rest my horse and myself.
I guess they went up to the Nooning-Spring place--Mandy said they talked of moving there.
THE POWER AND THE GLORYGRACE MACGOWAN COOKE
It was the nooning hour, and the men at their limited leisure lay in the sun on the piles of lumber, like lizards.
THE ORDEALCHARLES EGBERT CRADDOCK

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