cow dust hour
 n.— «The “cow dust” hour of evening—how I love that phrase—when the call comes for home and family, and the sky is filled with the green, gold, crimson of the screaming, homing parrots.» —“Exquisite Fantasy of Rural India” by Phil M. Buck Jr. Chicago Daily Tribune Mag. of Books Feb. 29, 1948. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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