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France 24 is providing live, round-the-clock coverage of both scenes as they progress.

But if you get this 24-hour, ‘round-the-clock reporting that is perpetuating fear, before you know it you’re glued to it.

He says the villagers are on a round-the-clock alert for the Taliban.

Despite round-the-clock searches, there is still no trace of the plane or its passengers and two-man crew.

What was her life like as a single parent of two sons, one who needed round-the-clock attention?

For twenty-four hours the Ranger had been in the saddle, and he was expecting to turn in for a round-the-clock sleep.

As the girl had said, this field boasted hundreds of super-sonic fighters, so many that servicing was a round-the-clock routine.

"We're going on a complete crash-priority basis, with round-the-clock shifts," he said.

After forty-eight hours of round-the-clock work, the equipment was ready.

The pictured preparations back on Earth meant round-the-clock drudgery for Joe and the others.


On this page you'll find 61 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to round-the-clock, such as: around-the-clock, constant, continuous, endless, incessant, and interminable.

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