Re: Midnight

Subject: Re: Midnight
From: Misti Delaney <mdelaney -at- SOFTWARE-SERVICES -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 14 Aug 1996 11:05:55 -0400

Eric Haddock said:
> What does "midday" mean if not noon? I've never heard it used to refer
>anything but high noon....

Maybe it's a regional thing, but I've heard "midday" used to refer to
anytime between 10am and 2pm -- with the occasional graveyard shifter
referring to a "virtual midday" somewhere around 10 p.m.

Misti Delaney (Tucker)

Technical Consultant/ Communication Specialist
Software Services Corporation
Ann Arbor, Michigan
(800) 448-1568

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