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moonlit

mod. alcohol intoxicated, with moonshine. He’s on the jug again. See, he’s all moonlit.
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The Limerick rider is enjoying his best ever season and Moonlit Show brought him within one dart of a bullseye, a target he hit later on the card with Roconga.
She added: "George never came out of his room during the day, but he would go off, alone, on his moonlit walks.
And the train rushes onward through the moonlit land.
Staff from Stratford law firm Lodders have raised pounds 558 for the Shakespeare Hospice after taking part in the Big 10 Moonlit Walk.
RACING: Nicky Henderson faces a possible disqualification from the training ranks after b eing found in breach of the rules of racing in relation to the running of The Queen's Moonlit Path at Huntingdon in February.
Her poems drift from the warm kitchens of Eskasoni, to the prairies outside Saskatoon at twilight; from a dusty road to the pow-wow at Poundmaker's, to a moonlit skinny dip in the Okanagan.
The reason domestic pets howl on moonlit nights is because it is light - it's as simple as that.
TROUBLED singer Amy Winehouse is on the move again - doing a DIY moonlit flit.
The sunlit and moonlit portions represent the present and the past.
They dined on Phil Mancini's surf and turf and bid enthusiastically on the live auction, but the real action was on the dance floor, where guests grooved to the BuzzCats until they got so hot they'd take a breather by the moonlit bay.
Each student from the California team - known as the Solar Knights and Moonlit Maidens - received a $2,000 scholarship, a Canon camera, and a medal.
One of their primary targets, katydids, also tend not to fly around much on bright, moonlit nights, the researchers report in an upcoming Oecologia.
At the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center, look for American bitterns, green-winged teal or river otters on a wetland interpretive walk or listen for owls on a moonlit night hike.
Sparkling like moonlit snow, the fragmented skeleton of a torched gothic church cast in salt stands on a glossy black, knee-high platform, almost filling a black-painted room.
MY PROFESSIONAL MOONLIT CAREER as a recording guy was really over before it started, before I'd ever threaded a reel of Ampex 456 onto an old, temperamental Tascam 388.