third shift
 n.— «For instance, a manufacturing partner with a contract to run two shifts per day could potentially order excess materials from the suppliers, run a third shift making the company’s product and sell that product into another market where the company does not do business.» —by Ron Epperson, Jerry Wald Metropolitan Corporate Counsel Dec., 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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