night : 90 noun collocations | Collocation dictionary
Cruise gathers Brad Pitt into one of many homoerotic embraces in Interview With the Vampire and soars with him high into the nightsky.
And two nightsaccommodation for two staying at the luxurious Stewart Island Lodge.
But Svetlana admitted that Alyssa was much impressed by DiCaprio's performance in the film Titanic and had met him in a New York nightclub.
Also shown are a lot of stars--24 or 25, one of them could be a dust speck--symbolizing something to do with the sky or nighttime or celebrities or spaceships or celebrities in spaceships like in Star Wars .
An article on Moscow concedes that it has high crime rates, but asserts that a growing middle class and booming nightlife are revitalizing the city.
Seems a federal court jury awarded $700,000 (later reduced to $300,000) to a United Airlines employee when she suffered a breakdown after three years on the nightshift and United turned down her request to switch to days.
Prices based on a two-nightstay.
al demonstrated the beneficial effect late-nightsleep deprivation had on women who had met the DSM-IV criteria for major depressive disorder with onset within one year postpartum [ 9 ] .
The Canals at Night A nightcruise along the canals with dinner is a wonderful and romantic way to get a different view of Amsterdam.
If he had a big band and a chubby sidekick, you would have mistaken his speech for the opening monologue of a late-nighttalk show.
Dogs pursing this game would ideally have good nightvision, a good sense of smell and cannot be afraid to dive into hollow logs or into water, since lappe often enter their burrows from under water [ 5 ] .
Visitors see the traditional juxtaposed with the modern among Chinatown shophouses, among the vibrancy and aromas of popular nightmarkets, and even in the modern shopping centers.
Price $265 per nightweekends and $195 per night midweek over the winter.
Examples: nightgames, fireworks displays, giveaways, ladies' nights, mascots, etc.
She then developed fatigue, abdominal pain, diarrhea, and nightsweats which lead to hospitalization on 8/29/00 and SSZ was discontinued.
ILP was initially involved with Access and TOP training courses and soon extended to activities with schools and nightclasses.
Price $265 per night weekends and $195 per nightmidweek over the winter.
Street performers, craft stalls, and late-nightshopping are all part of the festivities.
VF 's annual Oscar-nightparty has become a similar institution in Hollywood.
Finally, the capital has a growing number of late-nightspots (some with live pop music) and discos that welcome foreign visitors.
At a marathon all-nightsession, it took 73 ballots before a consensus emerged.
The Monday nightscene is equally dismal (unless you happen to care who's shagging whom on Melrose).
That the first sort of chill is easily transmuted to the second may explain why scary movies are popular date-nightentertainment: To be scared is a short step from being sexually aroused.
Shift , however, is a word that is not used by the police: early and late duties are known as early and late turn , but nights are always nightduty or plain nights .
The most international late-nightdance floor is at Beijing’s own Hard Rock Cafe (8 Dongsanhuan Bei Lu), the first such franchise in China, with hamburgers, fries, beer, a Chinese staff, and live (and loud) music nightly.
If you excuse the analogy, they're something like sordid one-nightstands.
In 1964, he succeeded Steve Allen as host of Westinghouse's marquee late-nightshow.
Puketoi was typical of the hill properties, needing annual nightshooting and aerial poisoning every five to seven years.
In the same war those nightfighter pilots who, because they could see well in near-darkness, shot down numerous enemy aircraft were said to be cat-eyed .
Deep inside the Post there's word that despite earlier denials, Switzerland's largest bank yesterday admitted that documents discovered in its shredder room by a nightwatchman who then disseminated them may in fact have been related to dormant accounts of Holocaust victims.
This nightsracing was capped off with Scott Allen and Amy Mosen taking out bronze medals in the U17 Mens pursuits and U17 Womens pursuits.
For example, a boat may install a more powerful motor or change from day to nightfishing.
The course focused on physical fitness, firearms, close quarters combat, shooting from a motorcycle, and nightoperations.
Before you decry the faster lifestyle of us all, I will add that I have been a nightowl since I was a wee lass and this is nothing different.
The nightrate is significantly lower.
Should we head to the hotpools (a half hour walk) - thereby spending another nightcamping in the freezing cold - or catch the bus back to Nelson, for a warm bath, bed and heaps of hot food.
14 nightskiing & heliskiing package in Queenstown Take pleasure in skiing New Zealand's leading ski fields & heliskiing untouched pristine powder providing you with a surreal skiing or snow boarding experience.
He grasped this five-nightrite and sacrificed with it.
Why just leave it to Saturday-nightspecials?
The all-nightfestival is timed to coincide with the hatching of strange worms from the sea bed.
All you need is some basic outdoors gear including comfortable and warm clothes and shoes, compass, whistle, pencil, some food and a water bottle, a torch for nightevents, and a basic team first aid kit, all carried in a light pack or bumbag.
Better sleep might have resulted from taking a nightcap or grog (whiskey preferred) before bedtime, helped too by wearing a nightcap .
Nightdives are particularly exciting, offering a chance to discover the thriving nocturnal habitat of Los Arcos, the imposing rock formation that juts out of the southern shore of the bay.
The porous volcanic particles that make up the topsoil are useless in themselves but act as a sponge for the moisture of the nightair, obtaining water for the plants and eliminating the need for rain.
The final clubnight for 2001 is Thursday 20th Decmber and we return on Tuesday the 22nd of January.
When Kate Austin went off for a little yoga-and-sex retreat with a colleague last year, for instance, her daughter wandered off into the winternight and nearly died of hypothermia.
First issues are like out-of-town openingnights.
It was also a living temple of participatory democracy, and watching the American system work there on electionnights and at meetings of Port Commissions and Mosquito Control Boards became my vision of what a corporate-confection like Celebration could not replicate.
These days, half of all couples live together before marriage, and less than one-fifth are virgins on their weddingnight.
Infant sleep problems Q: My son is 16 months old and has many sleeplessnights which is a concern.
On the other hand, there's this from a veteran who claims to have been there, quoted in the NYT : "On summernights when the breeze is blowing, I can still hear their cries, the little kids screaming."
Over the same period, guests from Korea recorded the highest growth rate in guestnights, up 16 per cent.
Your free roomnight does not include incidental charges such as restaurant bills.
It explains why Gore is almost certain to defeat Bradley in the caucuses tomorrownight: because voters prefer the man of action to the man of ideas.
Having made up the months by the new moonnight, they leave out a day, for they behold the months by the new moon night.
Charge a small fee - for people to attend a quiznight, a cookery demonstration, a coffee morning, a special interest evening, a music recital, an embroidery exhibition or Bridge tournament.
Our specialty themenights are an occasion to remember and are guaranteed to get a 'slow' crowd going.
Surrey Park on Wednesday nights is their trainingnight so drop on in and get involved.
The Moutere Valley has a unique micro-climate within the Nelson Province that gives us hotter summers and cooler autumnnights which enhance fruit colour and starch levels that assist in providing our Happy Apple TM brand their distinctive flavour.
Girls in Space - the fabulous, inexpensive, mid-weeknight out with a difference.
There are about 35 people coming semi-regularly to our Tuesday cell groupnight with 20-25 attending on any given night.
Over the last year we have had a board gamenight, a Bible scavenger hunt, made pizza, gone bowling, discussed peace, forgiveness and the Eucharist, and joined with the Halswell Youth Group for a trip to the beach and an Easter Egg hunt.
"While the number of people staying at holiday homes is only a quarter of the number staying at our hotels and motels it is because they stay so long that the total visitornights spent in holiday homes is greater,â€ says Mr Yeo.
We did not detect any mutant phenotype in adult aristae of fz , Van Gogh ( Vang ), dishevelled ( dsh ), starrynight ( stan ) also known as - Flamingo ( fmi ) or prickle ( pk ) mutants [ 1 ] .
For instance, according to today's "Business Bulletin," "Boat parties, casinonights, and mashed-potato bars are out."
Trust her that if you decide to do an end run around promnight you will not, decades from now, be bemoaning that fact.
We cater for many types of functions such as anniversaries, birthdays, school formals, casino nights, stag & hensnights, the races, concerts, airport transfers, work functions and many special occasions like Mothers day, Valentines day.
"And the envelope please" - Awardnight format for event honouring real achievements or "Academy Awards".
Prospects of any improvement on the Government's budgetnight offer of a 4.5% increase in the per-student grant in exchange for fees stabilization are also thought to be poor.
It is a partnersnight.
Needless to say, every bridgenight from then on, the woman made her husband the same dish.
$250 per night, weekendnights.
This represents a significant 8.7% censusnight undercount error.
Saturday October 6th saw the Welcome of Skylinesdownunder Central Car Club to thegarage.co.nz for a videonight.
A lot of heads have been turned by the meteoric rise in recent years of European companies like Ann Summers, which started girls-only partynights selling sex toys and naughty lingerie.
One of the current problems is overlapping bednights for inpatient care.
The mob that came to savage them bore a striking resemblance to the flesh-eating zombies in the cult movieNight of the Living Dead : And then, out of nowhere, from every direction, came people.
The meetingnight has changed from Tuesday to Wednesday and we still meet at the wharf in the Boat Club facilities.
On numerous occasions I have been asked to outline what happens prior to the ballot and for those who cannot get there what happens on ballotnight.
On June 21, when the sun just won’t go down, the town proposes a golfer’s (and caddy’s) midsummernight’s dream with the Midnight Golf Tournament.
We'll stop over in Dubai; the Emir is lending us a palace for a couplenights.
MORE than 180 Wairarapa people have joined forces to be the "eyes and ears" of the police by doing communitynight patrols since their inception about three years ago.
Our closingnight film, Urbania, is a complex thriller that many have counted among the best films of the year.
If you stuck for a choice or are unfamiliar with Japanese food, Katsura has a weekly buffetnight too.
Before the PPSA, a “Romalpa” (retention of title) clausenight be used to protect the supplier.
Staff at a central citynight club caught a 17-year-old youth trying to get in using a doctored passport on Friday night, Sergeant Kelvin Lloyd said.
Apparently, ABC execs have designated this Monday as "chicknight," because hot on the heels of the celebrity-wedding gawking hour comes the MFTV movie My Last Love (9 PM).
We probably made those chapsnight by going off there but they sure made ours!
People living in Yorkshire, Humberside and southwest England are more tempted to phone in sick after a boozynight (73 per cent) compared with conscientious Londoners (52 per cent) and employees in Scotland (56 per cent).