daytime : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the time after sunrise and before sunset while it is light outside
    it is easier to make the repairs in the daytime

  • Radio may have to change the stock answers which it has given to critics of its daytime serials.
  • Excessive daytime drowsiness in older adults may predict a significantly increased risk of stroke, said researchers reporting data on Thursday at the International Stroke .
  • A veteran daytime-drama writer, Reilly was brought to NBC to revive an ailing Days of Our Lives in 1992.
News & Articles


  • Susan Lucci in Worcester Telegram
    Susan Lucci of "All My Children" called her the "queen of modern daytime drama. I would not even be here today if Agnes Nixon had not created Erica Kane," she said of her character.
  • Rosie O Donnell in FOXNews
    I don't watch it too much,O'Donnell said. "I don't really watch too much daytime, having four kids and being kind of overwhelmed by that."
  • Ellen DeGeneres in USA Today
    I really am shocked,DeGeneres said before acknowledging The View ladies and O'Donnell's controversial yearlong stint. "I thought Rosie brought a lot of new viewers to daytime television and it was interesting."

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