by noon in a sentence
- Turnout figures for his district were a high 53 percent by noon.
- Any challengers must announce their names by noon on Thursday next week.
- The port is scheduled to be completely shut down by noon today.
- The search began on Wednesday evening and was over by noon Thursday.
- Any motions opposing the stay must be filed by noon Monday.
- By noon Friday, hundreds of people across Moscow had already complied.
- Medeva shares rose 1 pence to 229p by noon London time.
- It warned both factions to withdraw their forces by noon Saturday.
- Schools were also closed by noon that day across the parish.
- It often fills by noon in peak parts of the season.
- It's difficult to see by noon in a sentence .
- By noon Thursday parking spaces for 15, 000 spectators were gone.
- By noon on Nov . 17, guards and inmates were uptight.
- By noon, the situation was close to critical in many places.
- By noon it was time to pack up and head home.
- State radio reported a nationwide turnout of 35 percent by noon.
- By noon, 18 trucks were lined up and waiting to cross.
- The utility said it expected to restore electricity by noon today.
- It was brought under control by noon ( 1000 GMT ).
- By noon, Bingham was exhausted and not eager to press on.
- The court ordered ART to file its response by noon today.
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