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1. It looks like high noon for the nation's movie theaters, now we are in the age of the home video.
2. The glaring light of high noon encouraged his use of rich blacks.
3. At high noon the following day, Carole, the leader, was the first to arrive.
4. At about high noon we arrived at Coney Island and approached the boardwalk.
5. It is high noon and 108 degrees in the shade.
6. The game starts at high noon.
7. The 1987 election marked the high noon of the government of Margaret Thatcher.
8. The siren was simply announcing high noon.
9. It was always high noon there.
10. From high noon to sundown we blazed and buzzed like hot island bees on sweet cherry trees.
11. The Sun continues to be in high noon in your chart making others notice you.
12. He wrote this book at the high noon of his career.
13. This is a country the sun at high noon!
14. As a result, at high noon on the first day of summer, the sun appears at its highest point in the sky—its most directly overhead position—in the Northern Hemisphere.
15. The cause of high noon of the unemployed men suddenly become Yiwenbuming, this is a secret.
16. At high noon on a cloudless day at the equator[sentencedict.com], the power of the Sun is about 1 kilowatt per square meter at the Earth's surface (Komp).
17. Say you were stuck out in the Sonoran wilderness at high noon in summer, lost, thirsty and tired.
18. I did so when the under-30 crowd gave me blank faces at my casual reference to High Noon.
19. And there they sat without frames, naked in the heat of high noon, waiting to be paid attention to.
20. Pictorially this visual time sequence can be used to suggest morning, high noon, afternoon and evening.
21. It can be said that they have the support of loyal fans, Jay's career will be more sun at high noon.
22. If you've ever had a garden or grown flowers in a window box[sentencedict.com], you've probably heard that you shouldn't water your plants at high noon because their leaves might scorch.
23. I got a great letter from him with a copy of his annotated script and an autographed picture of himself with Cooper and Grace Kelly in street clothes on the High Noon set in 1951.
24. When I was elected President, I told an interviewer that my favorite movie was High Noon. At the time, Fred Zinnemann, its director, was nearly ninety, living in London.
25. Don't expose your skin to the sun for too long at high noon.
26. The new work also found that the fungustends to kill its ant hosts at high noon, although the exact reason for thistiming remains a mystery.
27. It took stars like John Wayne, Gary Cooper, Clark Gable, and Jimmy Stewart to depict that race of men—and epics like Stagecoach, High Noon, and The Philadelphia Story.
28. This is the only time all year when the Sun is at high noon in your chart acting like a spotlight on you.
29. Who have already dared to say extremely proud of success, like the sun at high noon not afraid solitude?
30. Another theory holds that the brain evolved to vent heat so we could hunt at high noon , when the lions slept.
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