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Graveyard Shift

Graveyard Shift - is a shift of work running through the early hours of the morning, especially one from midnight until 8 am

  • I am working the graveyard shift for a few weeks.
  • We do not like to work the graveyard shift.
  • Do you want to work the graveyard shift?
  • My wife is a nurse. She works the graveyard shift.
  • I am very tired. I worked the graveyard shift last night.
  • I have been working the graveyard shift for many years.

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