Some articles on hours, hour:
5 km from the summit) it takes about three hours up (including about 45 minute to prepare for crossing the Styggebreen glacier), an hour at the top and about two hours back ... It takes four hours walk up, two hours down ...
... If the Shinkansen connects two cities in less than three hours, most passengers choose the Shinkansen, but if it takes more than four hours by Shinkansen, the majority choose air ... Shinkansen runs between these cities in about two hours or less ... Tokyo – Osaka (515 km) Shinkansen is dominant because of fast (2 hours and 30 minutes) and frequent service (up to every 10 minutes by Nozomi) however, air travel has a certain share (about 20 – 30 percent) ...
... capable of being fertilized for up to 48 hours after it is released from the ovary ... Sperm survive inside the uterus between 48 to 72 hours on average, with the maximum being 120 hours (5 days) ...
... From north to south these are Cradle Mountain Summit - 2 km, 2–3 hours return ... Barn Bluff - 7 km, 3–4 hours return ... Lake Will - 3 km, 1 hour return ...
... meropenem, ertapenem is highly protein bound, which results in a longer half life (4 hours) ... should be given ertapenem at least 6 hours before dialysis ... If it is given less than six hours before dialysis, then the patient should be given an additional dose of 150 mg IV after dialysis ...
More definitions of "hours":
- (noun): An indefinite period of time.
Example: "They talked for hours"
Famous quotes containing the word hours:
“Of what use the friendliest dispositions even, if there are no hours given to Friendship, if it is forever postponed to unimportant duties and relations? Friendship is first, Friendship last.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“O hushed October morning mild,
Begin the hours of this day slow.
Make the day seem to us less brief.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“A baby nurse is one that changes diapers and loves em dearly. Get up at all hours of the night to give em the bottle and change their pants. If the baby coughs or cries, you have to find out the need. I had my own room usually, but I slept in the same room with the baby. I would take full charge. It was twenty-four hours. I used to have one day a week off and Id go home and see my own two little ones.”
—Ruth Lindstrom (c. 1892?)