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NIGHT. That space of time during which the sun is below the horizon of the earth, except, that short space which precedes its rising and follows its setting, during which, by its light, the countenance of a man may be discerned. I Hale, P. C. 550; 3 Inst. 63; 4 Bl. Com. 224; 1 Hawk. P. C. 101; 3 Chit. Cr. Law, 1093; 2 Leach, 710; Bac. Ab. Burglary, D; 2 East, P. C. 509; 2 Russ. Cr. 32; Rosc. Cr. Ev. 278; 7 Dane's Ab. 134.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Whence come you back so at night-time, you that wear shamelessness as a garment?
397-404) Then the two all-glorious children of Zeus hastened both to sandy Pylos, and reached the ford of Alpheus, and came to the fields and the high-roofed byre where the beasts were cherished at night-time. Now while Hermes went to the cave in the rock and began to drive out the strong cattle, the son of Leto, looking aside, saw the cowhides on the sheer rock.
There isn't a spot on earth that I haven't visited, but I usually go in the night-time, riding behind my swift reindeer.
I went forth privily in the night-time, and turned his cattle into his fields, and in the morning heard his whooping laugh as he drove them out again.
They averred that the symbol was not mere scarlet cloth, tinged in an earthly dye-pot, but was red-hot with infernal fire, and could be seen glowing all alight whenever Hester Prynne walked abroad in the night-time. And we must needs say it seared Hester's bosom so deeply, that perhaps there was more truth in the rumour than our modern incredulity may be inclined to admit.
restrictions and night-time (7pm-6am) road closures until September 12.
Mr Lord said he has met with the Greater Manchester Combined Authority, TFGM and representatives of the region's 10 councils to explore issues surrounding the night-time economy - and transport has always been highlighted as a major factor.
The report found the combined units at Dumfries Infirmary has a"significantly higher"level of night-time discharges to hospital wards, with the local rate sitting at 10 per cent compared to the Scottish average of five per cent.
ENPNewswire-August 2, 2019--British Beer & Pub Association welcomes plans for Greater Manchester's night-time economy
Police have stopped more than 100 vehicles and arrested six people for various offences in a crackdown on night-time criminality across south Shropshire.
Visitors are given two options, a day-time or night-time tour.
Experts studied 400,343 visitors at 28 festivals, of whom 241,543 were exposed to strobe lights at night-time gigs.