Hourly

  • (adj): Occurring every hour or payable by the hour.
    Example: "Hourly chimes"; "hourly pay"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on hourly:

Saarbrücken Central Station - Traffic Connexions - Local Services
... Frequency RE 1 Saarbrücken–Völklingen–Saarlouis–Merzig–Trier–Koblenz two-hourly RE 3 Saarbrücken-Neunkirchen–Türkismühle–Mainz hourly RE 11 ... Ingbert–Homburg–Kaiserslautern hourly RB 68 Saarbrücken–St ... Ingbert–Zweibrücken–Pirmasens hourly RB 71 Homburg–St ...
Lambeg Railway Station - Service
... Mondays to Saturdays there is a half hourly service towards Lisburn, Portadown or Newry in one direction, and to Great Victoria Street, Belfast Central or Bangor in ... run in at peak times, and the service reduces to hourly operation in the evenings ... On Sundays there is an hourly service in each direction ...
Hourly Worker
... An hourly worker or hourly employee is an employee paid an hourly wage for their services, as opposed to a fixed salary ... Hourly workers may often be found in service and manufacturing occupations, but are common across a variety of fields ... Hourly employment is often associated but not synonymous with at-will employment ...
Services - London Midland City
... Hourly ... Run together with the hourly Birmingham to London service ... Half-hourly, all stops ...
Schwandorf Station - Transport Links
... Direct connexions include those to Furth im Wald (hourly, ALX+RE+RB) Weiden-Hof (hourly, ALX+RE+VBG) Nürnberg (hourly, RE) Regensburg (hourly, ALX+RE+VBG) Munich (every 2 hours, ALX) Prague (4 per day, ALX+RE ...

More definitions of "hourly":

  • (adv): Every hour.
    Example: "Daily, hourly, I grew stronger"
    Synonyms: by the hour

Famous quotes containing the word hourly:

    What are men celebrating? They are all on a committee of arrangements, and hourly expect a speech from somebody. God is only the president of the day, and Webster is his orator.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The hourly kindness, the day’s common speech,
    The habitual content of each with each
    When neither soul nor body has been crossed.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    The art of motherhood involves much silent, unobtrusive self-denial, an hourly devotion which finds no detail too minute.
    Honoré De Balzac (1799–1850)