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Bartending could be fun, but the worst was working the graveyard shift at a lamb slaughterhouse.
The business, which takes its name from the campy cult film Little Shop of Horrors, has been selling its line of fresh roasted beans and blends for two decades with names such as zombie dirt, graveyard shift and roastbusters.
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GRAVEYARD SHIFT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of graveyard shift for English Language Learners
: a scheduled period of work that begins late at night and ends in the morning
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