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night and after
That night after supper I went back over to 48 Spruce Street -- Ralph and I at that time were living at 168 Chestnut -- and Ralph went with me.
I had had my name taken out of the telephone book, and this was partly because of a convict who had been discharged from Sing Sing and who called me night after night.
Adam thought of the hutments, regiment after regiment, row after row, the thousands of huts, stretching away into the night.
I couldn't face Thelma after that night.
But after the doctor's return that night Alex could see, from the high window in his own room, the now familiar figure crouched on a truly impressive heap of towels, apparently giving its egg-hatching powers one final chance before it was replaced in its office by a sure-enough hen.
The night after reading her letter about her surgeon uncle -- it must have been late in September -- I had a vision of myself returned in ragged uniform from The Front, nearly dying, my head bandaged and blooded, and Jessica bending over me, the power of her love bringing me back to life.
Parents will drive on Friday night to pick up their daughters after a sorority or House Plan meeting.
He found them near the carcass of a zebra that had been killed the night before, and he circled once, nose to the ground, hair shooting up along his back, as it did when he was after lion or bear, and then he lifted his head and bayed, and the pack joined in, all heads high, and Jones knew it was a hot trail.
A thug struck a cab driver in the face with a pistol last night after robbing him of $18 at Franklin and Mount Streets.
The Councilman, who is the Administration floor leader, also criticized Bernard L. Werner, public works director, for `` halting snow operations '' on Tuesday night after the Sunday storm.
The Polish song and dance company called Mazowsze, after the region of Poland, where it has its headquarters, opened a three-week engagement at the City Center last night.
So the audience last night was all ears and eyes just after Act 2, got a rousing opening chorus, `` Where's Charley??
Night after night he stayed with Gunny in the dead of winter, rubbing her with quarts of expensive liniment, fussing over her bran mash as the cook did over charlotte russe, tracking manure on the pretty new carpet when he did come to the house.
The very night after her father's funeral she had thought, though never admitted to a soul: Now I can go.
That night, after leaving Charlotte's apartment, Richard walked about for a time before returning to his room.
On January 19, 1862, the ill-prepared Confederates, after a night march in the rain, attacked the Union force with some initial success.
The Danes, however, broke their word and, after killing all the hostages, slipped away under cover of night to Exeter in Devon.
At the time, only the dress rehearsal and opening night performance were held, and the play was not revived until after Jarry's death.
One story is that The Rolling Stones went to stay at Korner's house late one night, in the early 1960s, after a performance.
In the meantime Abd ar-Rahman obtained the surrender of the city from its population, after promising them immunity, although 4, 000 rebel men escaped in a night sally.
With a visual magnitude of − 0. 04, it is the fourth brightest star in the night sky, after − 1. 46 magnitude Sirius, − 0. 86 magnitude Canopus, and − 0. 27 magnitude Alpha Centauri.
The next night, after celebrating Grendel's death, Hrothgar and his men sleep in Heorot.
On a highly emotional night at Wembley, Charlton scored twice in a 4 – 1 win after extra time against Benfica and, as United captain, lifted the trophy.

night and narrowly
Kosiński was friends with Roman Polanski, with whom he attended the National Film School in Łódź, and said he narrowly missed being at Polanski and Sharon Tate's house on the night Tate was murdered by Charles Manson's followers in 1969, due to lost luggage.
Now, it happens that those whom they called Lutherans were at that time so narrowly watched during the day that they were forced to wait till night to assemble, for the purpose of praying to God, for preaching and receiving the Holy Sacrament ; so that although they d'd frighten nor hurt anybody, the priests, through mockery, made them the successors of those spirits which roam the night ; and thus that name being quite common in the mouth of the populace, to designate the evangelical huguenands in the country of Tourraine and Amboyse, it became in vogue after that enterprise.
He also claimed to have gone behind enemy lines twenty times at night to drop rice to anti-Communist insurgents in planes flying ten feet off the ground, narrowly avoiding receiving a shrapnel wound.
Despite the death of his running mate Leo McGarry on election night, Santos was narrowly elected President of the United States after defeating Arnold Vinick in the Electoral College by a vote of 272-266.
On the night of 11 March 1864 Lady's Bridge narrowly avoided destruction when the waters of the Great Sheffield flood poured over it.
She is chased through the night, narrowly escaping across the train tracks, and coming to Inspector Khanna's house, desperate for shelter.
It was in their third week that the Crusaders lost only their second match of 2006, narrowly being beaten 22 – 20 in a Monday night match against the Sheffield Eagles.
He had reigned only four months, during which period he had already driven into exile eighty of the citizens, when the citadel of Sicyon ( which had narrowly escaped falling into the hands of the Aetolians shortly before ) was surprised in the night by a party of Sicyonian exiles, headed by young Aratus.
With his reputation, livelihood and safety at stake, Patterson, an experienced tiger hunter from his military service in India, undertook an extensive effort to deal with the crisis and after months of attempts and near misses, finally killed the first lion on the night of 9 December 1898, and killed the second one on the morning of 29 December ( narrowly escaping death in the process ).
Napoleon spent the night in Ried twice and narrowly escaped an assassination attempt on May 2, 1809.

night and avoiding
The same night, Lee breaks into the underground base, avoiding a booby-trap set for him, and gathers sufficient evidence to warrant Han's arrest, but sets off an alarm while using the radio transmitter to contact Braithwaite.
For example, during the June 19, 1986 overrun of the San Miguel Army base, FMLN sappers dressed only in black shorts, their faces blacked out with grease, sneaked through barbed wire at night, avoiding the searchlights, they made it to within firing range of the outer wall.
One night, after coming home intoxicated, he believes the cat is avoiding him.
Infection can be avoided by proper disposal of human feces, avoiding fecal contamination of food, not eating dirt, and avoiding crops fertilized with night soil.
Specializing in ambushes and night raids and avoiding direct contact with superior French firepower, the internal forces targeted army patrols, military encampments, police posts, and colonial farms, mines, and factories, as well as transportation and communications facilities.
Some precautions and skills for night diving include: avoiding shining your light in other divers ' eyes, to be aware of and use surface light signals for bearings, or similarly use a surface marker buoy with an attached strobe or cyalume stick.
He was subsequently fined by the Pakistan Cricket Board for avoiding a late night curfew .< ref >
However the Germans considered it far more important to maintain the element of surprise for as long as possible by slipping out of Brest unnoticed at night, thus avoiding the 12-hour warning that an early daytime departure would have given the British.
It is clear that these organs are of great value to a predator that hunts at night as well as well as for avoiding the snake ’ s own predators.
While they are avoiding the Terminator, they share a night of intimacy that results in John's conception.
Changes in behavior ( for example avoiding night work and social activities that delay bed time ) and diet may offer some relief.
Late at night, Darling would often take a short taxi ride to the LIRR train station, avoiding the attention of neighbors she would receive if she walked.
While saving money for the tree house and avoiding the Wormers, four brothers who torment them at every chance, they sneak out one night to the local graveyard to perform a seance.
Following late night budget negotiations at Legislative Hall, a compromise budget was passed by the General Assembly and signed at 4 AM on July 1, avoiding a budget crisis and government shut down.
a. a. p., the night before the day of closing of the contract with Warner Bros., removed all material from Ace Laboratory in Brooklyn to Consolidated Labs in N. J. thus avoiding the New York sales tax on the purchase.

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