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at night

During the night. If I stay out late at night, I'm exhausted for days afterward. Be careful going out in the city at night.
See also: night

at night

during the night. Most people sleep at night. Mary studies at night.
See also: night
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In some families, one parent works days and one parent works at night. That way, the children always have someone home with them.
Plans to increase public transport provision at night, and proposals for a sevenday NHS, are likely to lead to further increases in night work.
I was flying in last night and Approach said they could not clear me for the approach because the procedure was NA at night. The notes on the plate are confusing to me (and the controller).
This is the night described in the Qur'an as "better than a thousand months," which means that spending this night in worship earns greater reward than worshipping at night for a thousand months.
Roth used unconventional approaches to literally and metaphysically peer into the mysteries of nature: not only did he walk at night and very early morning to experience the quiet and the dark, he hung upside down from trees, squeezed his vision through cracks between leaves and branches, or contemplated the same sight night after night to personally soak in the progression of differences.
With increased light pollution invading bedrooms at night, as well as more nocturnal lifestyles that keep people awake in artificial light during prime hours of darkness, it may be that people are simply not getting enough of a critical hormone.
"Light at night is now clearly a risk factor for breast cancer" Blask says.
* Do you wake with some frequency at night, even if just to go to the bathroom?
Being stranded in a strange airport at night can frustrate even the most seasoned traveler.
The squadron rosters included a core of veteran carrier pilots who had little or no night carrier experience, a few carrier pilots who had fought at night in WW II and a few pilots just out of the training command.
Recent studies have substantiated this report, concluding that while there is significant individual variability in sleep patterns among residents, sleep fragmentation is generally severe, with many residents awake for long periods at night and asleep for substantial parts of the day.
Middle-class city dwellers, like Tommie's parents, already ensured that their own children stayed indoors at night and went to bed early.
It has been hypothesized that the increased incidence of breast cancer in industrial societies is related to greater exposure to power-frequency electric and magnetic fields (EMF) and/or the presence of high levels of light at night (LAN).
Starting with its year 2000 Cadillac DeVille, General Motors plans to install a new Night Vision system to help drivers see better at night. "Night Vision will be an important next step in the evolution of automotive satiety," says Cadillac General Manager John F.
Pressure on the ulnar nerve, probably inflammation of the tendons in my arms, and the beginnings of that most famous of RSIs, carpal tunnel syndrome, were all exacerbated at night, when blood pooled in my arms, impinged on my nerves, and caused that weird numbness I knew so well.