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the exact moment of noon.
the high point of a stage or period; peak; pinnacle:
a book written at the high noon of his career.
a crisis or confrontation.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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when the crushing sun seems to level the landscape.
But even as
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, and even the water has the restless glare that goes with that hour.
Human eyes, for example, are functional in bright sunlight at
and under dim starlight on a moonless night.
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