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midnight

midnight Sentence Examples

  • It was after midnight.

  • I was talking with Morino until almost midnight.

  • It was nearly midnight by the time they left.

  • Carmen dozed in the chair a few times off and on until about midnight.

  • We completed one before bedding down just before midnight.

  • It was after midnight by the time I returned home.

  • It was nearly midnight when the lights were extinguished and all was quiet.

  • Why are you calling at midnight?

  • Creeping around campgrounds at midnight didn't seem like a well thought out plan.

  • It was midnight, and he'd just finished reading Jenn's latest report.

  • It's gotta be well past midnight!

  • He couldn't tell the time in the windowless room, but he gauged it to be after midnight.

  • The magic is at its strongest between dusk and midnight.

  • The second was closer to Han's age with midnight hair and eyes.

  • The man in the executioner's hood left while Jilian, the man with midnight hair and eyes, approached.

  • I was just making a midnight snack.

  • God, he would have given both arms, his manhood, and his Captain Midnight whistle for one day as a pro, regardless of the language of the cheering fans.

  • It was just after midnight.

  • Fitzgerald looked as if he'd found a Captain Midnight ring in his cereal.

  • It was well past midnight when the Deans looked in on their sleeping guest before retiring themselves.

  • It was past midnight.

  • No, but I'd like to get home to my wife before midnight.

  • Her guards changed every eight hours, and this one would.ve started his shift at midnight.

  • Neither said a word as the hall clock began striking midnight.

  • It had now been snowing steadily since after dinner yesterday—no, the day before, now that it was long after midnight.

  • I don't want a gang of storm troopers invading my mother-in-law's house at midnight to ask my wife a few simple questions.

  • The time would be near sunrise later in the year, but now the night and his world was as dark as midnight.

  • No more midnight trips out in the snow?

  • It was midnight when Elisabeth checked the clock.

  • At midnight, Jackson stood at the top of the stairs and whistled loudly, commanding attention.

  • It was near midnight.

  • My fate is sealed, Rhyn.  I've got nothing to lose now.  If she comes back, I can distract her, give you until midnight.

  • You've got a couple hours until midnight.

  • "Going for a midnight swim, mister?" he called.

  • I know you don't go for a midnight swim on a dark beach by yourself, especially in the Chesapeake Bay.

  • According to sources at the Ocean Shore Motel, Byrne was last seen on his way to the beach shortly after midnight by Leo Sutter, a waiter at the motel.

  • Were you surprised to hear he'd gone swimming—out to the beach alone at midnight?

  • He was to return after some early morning business, the next day, Tuesday—same day, I guess—he died after midnight, Tuesday.

  • So you think he got tanked and took a midnight dip?

  • Why would they be responsible because Byrne acted like a jerk and decided to go for a midnight swim—drunk or sober?

  • Some of the guys figure a dumb trick like a midnight swim ain't so surprising for a Yankee with a snoot full.

  • It's after midnight and you can't drive two cars.

  • By the time Fred had finished his questioning it was nearly midnight.

  • It wasn't yet midnight and his afternoon nap had worked so well he was far from ready for bed.

  • The next three days slid by, closer to the normal routine at both home and at the station than Dean had experienced since Jeffrey Byrne's midnight swim.

  • It was after midnight when Fred finally let it rip.

  • Because of his suspicion the phone was bugged, Dean did not try to call Cece Baldwin when he arrived home after midnight, home to a still empty house.

  • "It was after midnight so the registration said the next day," Dean said.

  • At midnight he came home, changed into his pajamas and crawled into bed.

  • He wouldn't crawl into their bed at midnight and snuggle close to her.

  • When she trekked through the lit halls of her home it was well past midnight - -even Sirian would be sleeping.

  • He was as punctual as midnight.

  • If things don't blow up, then Sunday at midnight, you can give him a message from me.

  • He died in the Marshalsea on the 5th of September 1569, and was buried in St George's, Southwark, at midnight to avoid the risk of a hostile demonstration.

  • The registry of the citizens, the suppression of litigation, the elevation of public morals, the care of minors, the retrenchment of public expenses, the limitation of gladiatorial games and shows, the care of roads, the restoration of senatorial privileges, the appointment of none but worthy magistrates, even the regulation of street traffic, these and numberless other duties so completely absorbed his attention that, in spite of indifferent health, they often kept him at severe labour from early morning till long after midnight.

  • In the Roman Catholic Church the vigil is now usually celebrated on the morning of the day preceding the festival, except at Christmas, when a midnight mass is celebrated, and on Easter Eve.

  • And in particular 1-e told of the remarkable voyage of Other, a Norwegian of Helgelsnd, who was the first authentic Arctic explorer, the first to tell of the rounding of the North Cape and the sight of the midnight sun.

  • matutinue, sc. possibly vigiliae, morning watches; from matutinus, " belonging to the morning"), a word now only used in an ecclesiastical sense for one of the canonical hours in the Roman Breviary, originally intended to be said at midnight, but sometimes said at dawn, after which "lauds" were recited or sung.

  • In May 1223 he was seized at midnight in his tent on the isle of Lyo, whither he had come to hunt, by his vassal and guest.

  • Amos exhibited Him to his countrymen as lord of the universe, who made the seven stars and Orion and turns the deep midnight darkness into morning.

  • the midnight darkness of Israel's exile to prepare for the nation's renewed life.

  • The point common to the various forms of ague is that the paroxysm ceases about midnight or early morning.

  • "The flight of the earls," one of the most celebrated episodes in Irish history, occurred on the 14th of September 1607, when Tyrone and Tyrconnel embarked at midnight at Rathmullen on Lough Swilly, with their wives, families and retainers, numbering ninety-nine persons, and sailed for Spain.

  • On the expiration of the armistice at midnight of August ioth-i ith Austria declared war.

  • Disappointed of this last hope, and moved by the despairing appeals of his sister Ulrica and the senate to return to Sweden while there was still a Sweden to return to, he quitted Demotika on the 20th of September 1714, and attended by a single squire arrived unexpectedly at midnight, on the 11th of November, at Stralsund, which, excepting Wismar, was now all that remained to him on German soil.

  • rises the hill Gellivara Dundret (2700 ft.), from which the sun is visible at midnight from June 5 to July 11.

  • The summer is almost nightless, print being legible at midnight, but in winter the days are only six hours long, though the nights are frequently illuminated with brilliant displays of the aurora borealis.

  • At midnight all the first-born of the Egyptians are slain and Pharaoh sends the Israelites out of Egypt in haste, and the people took the dough before it was leavened upon kneading troughs upon their shoulders.

  • At midnight on the 6th of December 1741, with a few personal friends, including her physician, Armand Lestocq, her chamberlain, Michael Ilarionvich Vorontsov, her future husband, Alexius Razumovski, and Alexander and Peter Shuvalov, two of the gentlemen of her household, she drove to the barracks of the Preobrazhensky Guards, enlisted their sympathies by a stirring speech, and led them to the Winter Palace, where the regent was reposing in absolute security.

  • When it rose early it was a sign of summer; when late, of winter and stormy weather; when it rose about midnight it heralded the season of vintage.

  • Other churches having historical associations are the two Greyfriars churches, which occupy the two halves of one building; Tron church, the scene of midnight hilarity at the new year; St Cuthbert's church; St Andrew's church in George Street, whence set out, on a memorable day in 1843, that long procession of ministers and elders to Tanfield Hall which ended in the founding of the Free Church; St George's church in Charlotte Square, a good example of the work of Robert Adam.

  • At midnight of the 19th of November 1740 he was seized in his bedroom by his ancient rival, Field Marshal Mi nnich.

  • This vital despatch was sent off in duplicate at midnight and reached von Blumenthal at 4 a.m.

  • The outlets of the gullies were in the assailants' hands soon after midnight.

  • It was at this time that he wrote, primarily for the same body as his prayers, his morning, evening and midnight hymns, the first two of which, beginning "Awake, my soul, and with the sun" and "Glory to Thee, my God, this night," are now household words wherever the English tongue is spoken.

  • Midnight was long past when Savonarola was led back to his cell.

  • Ultimately about midnight the welcome tidings of the capture of St Privat arrived, and all anxiety was at an end.

  • Thus, the moon was eclipsed on the 27th of August, a little before midnight,' in the year 413 before our era; and it is required.

  • The civil day begins at midnight and ends at the midnight following.

  • FAIRY RING, the popular name for the circular patches of a dark green colour that are to be seen occasionally on permanent grass-land, either lawn or meadow, on which the fairies were supposed to hold their midnight revels.

  • At midnight on the 5th of July 1764, Mirovich won over some of the garrison, arrested the commandant, Berednikov, and demanded the delivery of Ivan, who there and then was murdered by his gaolers in obedience to the secret instructions already in their possession.

  • It has three entrances on the Plaza, and over its main gateway hangs the " liberty bell " of Mexico, first rung by the humble parish priest Hidalgo, on the night of the 16th of September 1810, to call the people of Dolores to arms, and now rung at midnight on each recurring anniversary by the president himself.

  • Unfortunately for him the first orders sent to Billow by Gneisenau, chief of the staff, at midnight June 14-1 5, were written in so stilted and hazy a style that Billow did not consider any especial display of energy was required.

  • Misunderstandings and movements at cross-purposes multiplied on the Russian side, and at midnight Kuropatkin at last obtained information of events on the side of Yentai Mines.

  • He was present at evening in the church, and when the midnight bell sounded for the nocturnal office early on Sunday morning he again went thither unsupported, but sank down before the altar and passed away as in a gentle sleep.

  • Against, it is said, thirteen separate assaults, all delivered with exceptional fury, Schofield managed to hold his position, and shortly before midnight he withdrew across the river in good order.

  • 9), and to these were added midnight (when Paul and Silas sang in prison), and the beginning of day and of night.

  • Matins theoretically belongs to midnight, but in Italy it is XIII.

  • 432) relates how the head of the family arose at midnight, and with feet unfettered by shoon or sandals, and with washen hands traversed his house beckoning against the ghosts with fingers joined to thumb.

  • Conversely, nocturnal cooling produces well-defined descending breezes which issue from the valley mouths, sometimes attaining an unpleasant strength toward midnight.

  • and sets at 9.25 P.M., and darkness is unknown, it being possible to read at midnight.

  • Europeans in general, like the ancient Egyptians, place the commencement of the civil day at midnight, and reckon twelve morning hours from midnight to midday, and twelve evening hours from midday to midnight.

  • Hipparchus reckoned the twenty-four hours from midnight to midnight.

  • In The Calendar, For Example, Which Was Attempted To Be Introduced In France In 1 793, The Beginning Of The Year Was Fixed At Midnight Preceding The Day In Which The True Autumnal Equinox Falls.

  • But Supposing The Instant Of The Sun'S Entering Into The Sign Libra To Be Very Near Midnight, The Small Errors Of The Solar Tables Might Render It Doubtful To Which Day The Equinox Really Belonged; And It Would Be In Vain To Have Recourse To Observation To Obviate The Difficulty.

  • 433 Sec., As Computed By Lindo, And Adopting The Civil Mode Of Reckoning From The Previous Midnight.

  • This meant that the expedition must start in daylight to be off the port by midnight.

  • The "Vindictive" was to reach the mole at midnight.

  • At one minute past midnight, the ship came alongside the mole.

  • This was a critical time, and it was four minutes past midnight when the little "Daffodil" came up and pushed the ship bodily into the mole.

  • According to one account, Darnley privately assured his uncle George Douglas of his wife's infidelity; he had himself, if he might be believed, discovered the secretary in the queen's apartment at midnight, under circumstances yet more unequivocally compromising than those which had brought Chastelard to the scaffold.

  • Alone, in the disguise of a page, she slipped out of the castle at midnight, and rode off to meet him at a tower two miles distant, whence they fled together to Dunbar.

  • So closed the second day of the trial; and before the next day's work could begin a note of two or three lines hastily written at midnight informed the commissioners that Elizabeth had suddenly determined to adjourn the expected judgment and transfer the place of it to the star-chamber.

  • Up the Tome valley (54 m.) is the hill Avasaxa, whither pilgrimages were formerly made in order to stand in the light of the sun at midnight on St John's day (June 24).

  • In calculating the percentages of forenoon and afternoon occurrences half the entries under noon and midnight were assigned to each half of the day.

  • At Cape Thorsden from November to January there seems a distinct double period, with minima near noon and midnight.

  • The other months at Cape Thorsden show a single maximum and minimum, the former before midnight.

  • long.) the Danish Arctic Expedition (10) of 1904 found seventy-five out of every hundred occurrences to take place before midnight.

  • and rays at midnight.

  • and midnight, were closely alike, their united mean being 22.4° W.

  • of S.), the mean derived from the 113 arcs observed between midnight and 6 A.M.

  • The fact that at most places the morning shows a marked decay of auroral frequency and intensity as compared to the evening, the maximum preceding midnight by several hours, is certainly favourable to theories which postulate ionization of the atmosphere by some cause or other emanating from the sun.

  • A treaty with King Bell was negotiated by Dr Gustav Nachtigal, the signature of the king and the other chiefs being obtained at midnight on the 15th of July 1884.

  • Wingate marched at midnight of the 24th, and was resting his troops on high ground in front of the khalifas position, when at daybreak of the 25th his picquets were driven in and the dervishes attacked.

  • These disposed of, he amused himself for a couple of hours with literary work; between six and seven he would converse with his friends or listen to his reader (a post held for some time by La Mettrie); at seven there was a concert; and at half-past eight he sat down to supper, which might go on till midnight.

  • The whole country, however, was on the alert, and at midnight on the 8th, within a month of their landing, James heard that the revolt, desperate from the first, was over and that his rival had been captured close to Ringwood.

  • What followed must be read in Mary's biography: the end was the murder of Darnley in the house at Kirk o' Field, after the midnight of Sunday, the 9th of February.

  • In the latter case, being determined by observations of the sun, it is taken to begin with the passage of the mean sun over the meridian of the place, or at mean noon, while the civil day begins at midnight.

  • A vigorous effort was made during the last fifteen years of the 19th century to bring the two uses into harmony by beginning the astronomical day at midnight.

  • A natural day includes all the twenty-four hours from midnight to midnight.

  • The Jews, Chaldeans and Babylonians began the day at the rising of the sun; the Athenians at the fall; the Umbri in Italy began at midday; the Egyptians and Romans at midnight; and in England, the United States and most of the countries of Europe the Roman civil day still prevails, the day usually commencing as soon as the clock begins to strike 12 P.M.

  • An obligation to pay money on a certain day is theoretically discharged if the money is paid before midnight of the day on which it falls due, but custom has so far modified this that the law requires reasonable hours to be observed.

  • For purposes of personal service of writs, it means any time of the day or night on week-days, but excludes the time from twelve midnight on Saturday till twelve midnight on Sunday.

  • In the United States a day is the space of time between midnight and midnight.

  • Moreover, Jefferson's ideals were high; his reasons for changes were in general excellent; he at least so far resisted the great pressure for office - producing by his resistance dissatisfaction within his party - as not to have lowered, apparently, the personnel of the service; and there were no such blots on his administration as President Adams's "midnight judges."

  • At the termination of this feast the procession re-forms, and with lanterns and music escorts the bridegroom back to his own house, where they feast until midnight.

  • As midnight approaches they return to the house of the bride, and escort her, with her dowry, to the house of the bridegroom, and, having delivered her safely to her future lord and master, disperse to their respective homes.

  • Cadorna hoped to hold, for a time at least, but at midnight on Oct.

  • Empedocles, according to one story, was one midnight, after a feast held in his honour, called away in a blaze of glory to the gods; according to another, he had only thrown himself into the crater of Etna, in the hope that men, finding no traces of his end, would suppose him translated to heaven.

  • The league was promised by England; but the army of France was first in the field, and towards the end of the year drove the forces of the "congregation" from Leith into Edinburgh, and then out of it in a midnight rout to Stirling - "that dark and dolorous night," as Knox long afterwards said, "wherein all ye, my lords, with shame and fear left this town," and from which only a memorable sermon by their great preacher roused the despairing multitude into new hope.

  • Du Chaillu, The Land of the Midnight Sun (London, 1881); C. M.

  • It is true, however, that he was stabbed, like Marlowe, in a midnight brawl at a tavern.

  • But a more serious revolt was in full force at Meshed when, on the 20th of October 1848, the young shah entered his capital and was crowned at midnight king of Persia.

  • They all removed their masks at midnight, so the dance was no longer a masquerade party.

  • Near Rochford the Lawless or Whispering Court, a remarkable survival of unknown origin, is held by a manorial tenure on the Wednesday following Michaelmas Day, beginning at midnight.

  • He died at midnight of the 28th-2 9 th of July 1876, after long and painful sufferings.

  • Few of those in the audiences of Moliere, returning home under the grey walls of St Germaindes-Pres, knew that within that monastery the men whose midnight they disturbed were laying the basis for all scientific history; and few of the later historians of that age have been any wiser.

  • The battle went on by moonlight till close on midnight, when the Swiss retired a short distance.

  • At midnight he awoke; the dancing-girls were lying in the ante-room; an overpowering loathing filled his soul.

  • About midnight Subhadra, a brahmin philosopher of Kusinara, came to ask some questions of the Buddha, but Ananda, fearing that this might lead to a longer discussion than the sick teacher could bear, would not admit him.

  • Having secured promise of aid from Henry of Lancaster, his cousins and other barons, he executed a coup de main, and seized Mortimer in -his chamber at midnight.

  • Under the new rules, the sittings of the Hoi~se on ordinary days were made to commence at 3 P.M., and opposed business was automatically interrupted at midnight, while for the first time a power was given to the majority in a House of a certain size to conclude debate by what was known as the closure.

  • At midnight, when the sky was clear and there was an absence of wind, the augur, in the presence of a magistrate, took up his position on a hill which afforded a wide view.

  • The time for observing auspices was, as a rule, between midnight and dawn of the day fixed for any proposed undertaking.

  • du Chaillu, Land of the Midnight Sun (London, 1881); S.

  • His midnight ride from Charlestown to Lexington on the 18th-19th of April 1775, to give warning of the approach of British troops from Boston, is Revere's most famous exploit; it is commemorated by Longfellow, who, however, has "paid little attention to exactness of fact" (Justin Winsor).

  • But the few observations made show that, after ordinary twilight has ended in the evening, the northern base of the zodiacal light extends more and more toward the north as the hours pass until, towards midnight, it merges into the light of the sky described by the two observers mentioned.

  • It has been seen to stretch across the sky at midnight by several observers, especially Barnard, to whom it appears 3° to 4° wide.

  • He saw the zodiacal band at midnight as a complete arch spanning the sky, agreeing in this point with the observations of Barnard.

  • The Kapp coup in Berlin, which in some of its aspects sprang from similar anxieties in Prussia, gave the signal for political action in Munich, and at a midnight sitting the Bavarian Socialist Ministry was somewhat unceremoniously hustled out of office - it is alleged under military pressure - and a Coalition Cabinet under von Kahr installed.

  • It was after midnight.

  • I was talking with Morino until almost midnight.

  • It was nearly midnight by the time they left.

  • Carmen dozed in the chair a few times off and on until about midnight.

  • At about midnight, the little girl was in her bed.

  • We completed one before bedding down just before midnight.

  • It was after midnight by the time I returned home.

  • It was nearly midnight when the lights were extinguished and all was quiet.

  • Why are you calling at midnight?

  • Creeping around campgrounds at midnight didn't seem like a well thought out plan.

  • It was midnight, and he'd just finished reading Jenn's latest report.

  • It's gotta be well past midnight!

  • He couldn't tell the time in the windowless room, but he gauged it to be after midnight.

  • The magic is at its strongest between dusk and midnight.

  • The second was closer to Han's age with midnight hair and eyes.

  • The man in the executioner's hood left while Jilian, the man with midnight hair and eyes, approached.

  • I was just making a midnight snack.

  • God, he would have given both arms, his manhood, and his Captain Midnight whistle for one day as a pro, regardless of the language of the cheering fans.

  • It was just after midnight.

  • Fitzgerald looked as if he'd found a Captain Midnight ring in his cereal.

  • It was well past midnight when the Deans looked in on their sleeping guest before retiring themselves.

  • It was past midnight.

  • No, but I'd like to get home to my wife before midnight.

  • Her guards changed every eight hours, and this one would.ve started his shift at midnight.

  • Neither said a word as the hall clock began striking midnight.

  • It had now been snowing steadily since after dinner yesterday—no, the day before, now that it was long after midnight.

  • I don't want a gang of storm troopers invading my mother-in-law's house at midnight to ask my wife a few simple questions.

  • The time would be near sunrise later in the year, but now the night and his world was as dark as midnight.

  • No more midnight trips out in the snow?

  • It was midnight when Elisabeth checked the clock.

  • At midnight, Jackson stood at the top of the stairs and whistled loudly, commanding attention.

  • It was near midnight.

  • He wasn't about to believe Death until he saw Katie for himself.  A minute after midnight on the fourth day, if Katie wasn't standing beside him, he'd need the knowledge of where to set off the atomic bomb within him.

  • My fate is sealed, Rhyn.  I've got nothing to lose now.  If she comes back, I can distract her, give you until midnight.

  • You've got a couple hours until midnight.

  • "Going for a midnight swim, mister?" he called.

  • I know you don't go for a midnight swim on a dark beach by yourself, especially in the Chesapeake Bay.

  • According to sources at the Ocean Shore Motel, Byrne was last seen on his way to the beach shortly after midnight by Leo Sutter, a waiter at the motel.

  • Were you surprised to hear he'd gone swimming—out to the beach alone at midnight?

  • He was to return after some early morning business, the next day, Tuesday—same day, I guess—he died after midnight, Tuesday.

  • So you think he got tanked and took a midnight dip?

  • Why would they be responsible because Byrne acted like a jerk and decided to go for a midnight swim—drunk or sober?

  • Some of the guys figure a dumb trick like a midnight swim ain't so surprising for a Yankee with a snoot full.

  • It's after midnight and you can't drive two cars.

  • By the time Fred had finished his questioning it was nearly midnight.

  • It wasn't yet midnight and his afternoon nap had worked so well he was far from ready for bed.

  • The next three days slid by, closer to the normal routine at both home and at the station than Dean had experienced since Jeffrey Byrne's midnight swim.

  • It was after midnight when Fred finally let it rip.

  • Because of his suspicion the phone was bugged, Dean did not try to call Cece Baldwin when he arrived home after midnight, home to a still empty house.

  • "It was after midnight so the registration said the next day," Dean said.

  • At midnight he came home, changed into his pajamas and crawled into bed.

  • He wouldn't crawl into their bed at midnight and snuggle close to her.

  • When she trekked through the lit halls of her home it was well past midnight - -even Sirian would be sleeping.

  • If things don't blow up, then Sunday at midnight, you can give him a message from me.

  • Generally, at most stations, the midnight foF2 reach the maximum in summer, and no winter anomaly can be discerned.

  • Arriving at Scots night stone cold sober at midnight is highly amusing.

  • Here she captivated the audience, & us with her singing, that has a romantic & midnight zone feel to it.

  • When the CRE dismissed me I thankfully set off for our new billet, arriving about midnight.

  • bleary-eyed parents have resorted to midnight car journeys in the hope of getting some sleep.

  • We left London around midnight arriving back in Derby to purchase the Sunday newspapers at the station bookstall.

  • At 11am and 1pm we crack the bubbly for midnight back in NZ and Oz, then party on well into the afternoon.

  • There was the lighting of the large Paschal candle, and then at midnight the consecration of the waters of the baptismal font.

  • Failure to pay by midnight on the day following will incur severe additional charges.

  • chimes striking midnight in the city.

  • In other higher latitudes, it would become circumpolar, never setting the land of the midnight moon, one could say.

  • close at midnight on Tuesday 23rd May.

  • cloudless by midnight with an exceptionally brilliant Hale-Bopp comet - two tails visible (the second very faint ).

  • Fine becoming cloudy later in the day with cloud base 2,000 feet by midnight.

  • Yet here he was, at midnight on the second day, standing in a drafty corridor.

  • At midnight loud crackling of rifle fire and machine guns as flares shot skyward.

  • A midnight curfew was still in force - not a safe place for a stranger.

  • The only problem with this flight is that you cross the international dateline, arriving around midnight.

  • And one young man has seen the vicar's daughter in the cemetary at midnight, dancing with the devil.

  • He was taken to St Thomas ' Hospital where was pronounced dead at 15 minutes past midnight.

  • Midnight oil was spent on matters such as defining a fundamental disequilibrium in a country's balance of payments.

  • domed ceiling like the night sky painted in midnight blue with gold stars.

  • New laws coming into force at midnight next Thursday will see cannabis downgraded from a Class B to Class C drug.

  • draughtyre he was, at midnight on the second day, standing in a drafty corridor.

  • expires at midnight on 31st July.

  • This can be a welcome midnight feast for your rabbit.

  • To better camouflage urban grime, the Lightning CityX features Villain Black cast aluminum wheels and a Midnight Black chin fairing and front fender.

  • Around midnight the train stopped, border guards appeared at my cabin door, checked my passport and scanned it with an ultraviolet machine.

  • How now you secret, black, & midnight hags?

  • impasse at the moment is the stand-down time between midnight and 0700 hrs.

  • The precipitation remained light all evening, becoming intermittent by midnight.

  • Under the legislation, by Thursday midnight the resignation of the UUP Ministers would become irrevocable.

  • Our flight was delayed and we reached Porto Sani well past midnight, rather jaded.

  • midnight Juggernauts - 45 & Rising (Cut Copy Remix) 13.

  • jumbo shrimp at El Arish around midnight.

  • sweat lodges followed by a midnight swim and pampering by your very own fire mother.

  • As I had been decorating the marquee until after midnight I hadn't got much sleep but I didn't feel at all tired!

  • WAIT Time passes... In the ballroom, the clock chimes midnight.

  • The clock strikes midnight on December 31st, 1999.

  • Availability Monday to Friday 12 noon to midnight Saturday 6pm to midnight closed on Sunday Closed 25 and 31 December.

  • Expect to see The Crimea on telly at gone midnight any time soon.

  • They must be received by midnight, Eastern Standard Time, April 30, 1996.

  • At about half past midnight on the morning of Friday 23 April a 68 year old man robbed by two young men.

  • We were in the office until near midnight, so that is how I finished the Old Year.

  • midnight on the day following will incur severe additional charges.

  • midnight on the second day, standing in a drafty corridor.

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