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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.

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Staithes RNLI crew members Liz Wilson, |on left, and Ashleigh Coney dress up for the Nightgown Parade, above, while male members of Staithes and Runswick RNLI crew march in drag, left.
One fan said: "It was raining and cold but it was all worth it to see the Doctor riding a fake horse and wearing nothing else but a nightgown.
Someone who is wearing their nightgown underneath that's who (okay so we actually have no hard evidence that is the case but we are on a roll.
She is seen posing in a while nightgown with Scott Disick.
Maya: My favorite is my purple nightgown that says "I love to twirl.
I was in my bedroom wearing my nightgown around 3:15pm.
in my nightgown and robe, waiting for the older boys I knew were
The city of Eugene has paid $21,250 to settle a lawsuit with a 60-year-old woman who accused police of excessive force and violating her rights by hauling her outside in a revealing nightgown during a 2007 search of her home.
stumbles past the open door of my room, her pink nylon nightgown wadded
the trees/extinguish themselves into sleeves/of a nightgown.
Summary: The Egyptian actress Somayah Al Khashab denied circulating rumors that she wore a seductive nightgown during the filming her newest television drama series "Hadf Al Baher" (Goal of the Sea)
As students, we vow we will never forget the small details, images that distress and move us yet also serve to make a patient's suffering tangible: an old woman's blue nightgown, the worn slipper peeking out from under a bed, a child's book closed on the nightstand.