• a midday meal
  • 昼食
  • at [around] midday
  • 正午に[昼ごろに]
  • Around midday several units of the 10th SS, 12th SS, and 116th Panzer Divisions managed to break through the weak Polish lines and open a corridor, while the 9th SS Panzer Division prevented the Canadians from intervening.
  • Wikipedia: Falaise pocket
  • By midday on 15 May, Axis command was showing signs of confusion.
  • Wikipedia: Operation Brevity
  • Due to its situation along the North Atlantic, the city is often subjected to sea breezes, especially in the late spring, when water temperatures are still quite cold and temperatures at the coast can be more than 20 °F (11 °C) colder than a few miles inland, sometimes dropping by that amount near midday.
  • Wikipedia: Boston
  • During the day, body temperature peaks at up to 38 °C (100 °F) around midday and is lower earlier and later.
  • Wikipedia: Noronha skink
  • During the first week, Flocke was displayed for short intervals with breaks at midday.
  • Wikipedia: Flocke
  • Dykers regained contact at midday after sighting Shirataka's heavy smoke exhaust and surfaced an hour before sunset to get into an attack position.
  • Wikipedia: Take Ichi convoy
  • He likewise ordered, to move God by continual entreaty, that notice should be given by the bells to call the faithful at midday to aid by their prayers those engaged in battle with the Turk.
  • Wikipedia: Halley's Comet
  • His midday dinner with Thomas Percy on 4 November was damning evidence against him, and after Thomas Percy's death there was nobody who could either implicate him or clear him.
  • Wikipedia: Gunpowder Plot
  • In order to maximize attendance in schools, the Karnataka Government has launched a midday meal scheme in government and aided schools in which free lunch is provided to the students.
  • Wikipedia: Karnataka
  • Schapira said that, according to all other reports, Jamal and Muhammad had not yet reached the junction by 10 am (GMT+3), and that the shooting is reported to have started between midday and 2 pm (GMT+3).
  • Wikipedia: Muhammad al-Durrah incident
  • The eastern parts of the town surrendered at midday of 13 April; a white flag was raised in the tower of the Kallio church.
  • Wikipedia: Finnish Civil War
  • The humid conditions and the fog tend to dissipate by midday during the summer months, but the lingering humidity still has the effect of exacerbating the moderately high summer temperatures.
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  • The media were notified of Centaur's sinking on 17 May 1943, but were ordered not to release the news until it had been announced in the South West Pacific Area's General Headquarters dispatch at midday on 18 May, and in Parliament by Prime Minister John Curtin that afternoon.
  • Wikipedia: AHS Centaur
  • The number rose sharply, though, after the first night's rioting; at midday on Monday, 6 July, Xinhua announced that 129 people had died.
  • Wikipedia: July 2009 Ürümqi riots
  • Then, the Wreck leads off the entire Ramblin' Wreck Parade in the midday leading up to the football game.
  • Wikipedia: Ramblin' Wreck
  • They are diurnal; although peak activity occurs during the early morning and late afternoon or evening, resting usually occurs around midday.
  • Wikipedia: Ruffed lemur
  • Typically, the rhino will wallow around midday for two to three hours at a time before venturing out for food.
  • Wikipedia: Sumatran rhinoceros
  • When Alboin retired for his midday rest on June 28, care was taken to leave the door open and unguarded.
  • Wikipedia: Alboin