Night

(from the article `Michelangelo`) ...at the time, but otherwise they form a contrast: Dawn, a virginal figure, strains upward along her curve as if trying to emerge into life; Night ... ...the tomb of Lorenzo, and before the observer the Madonna and Christ Child with the Medici patron saints, Cosmas and Damian; and beneath the two ... ...
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Night

(from the article `Wiesel, Elie`) ...in France, Wiesel was urged by the novelist François Mauriac to bear witness to what he had experienced in the concentration camps. The outcome ...
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night

[n] - a shortening of nightfall 2. [n] - a period of ignorance or backwardness or gloom 3. [n] - the period spent sleeping 4. [n] - the time between sunset and midnight 5. [n] - the time after sunset and before sunrise while it is dark outside 6. [n] - the dark part of the diurnal cycle considered a time unit 7. [n] -...
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Night

• (n.) Darkness; obscurity; concealment. • (n.) A lifeless or unenlivened period, as when nature seems to sleep. • (n.) A state of affliction; adversity; as, a dreary night of sorrow. • (n.) That part of the natural day when the sun is beneath the horizon, or the time from sunset to sunrise; esp., the time between dusk and dawn,...
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night

nighttime noun the time after sunset and before sunrise while it is dark outside
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Night

[Jackie Wilson song] `Night` is a popular song recorded by Jackie Wilson in 1960. The single peaked at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song is based on the aria `Mon cœur s`ouvre à ta voix` from the opera Samson and Delilah by Camille Saint-Saëns, with lyrics by Johnny Lehmann. ...
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Night

[Michelangelo] Night is a sculpture in marble (155x150 cm, maximum length 194 cm diagonally) by the Italian Renaissance sculptor Michelangelo Buonarroti, dating from 1526–1531, included in the decoration of the New Sacristy in San Lorenzo, Florence. It is part of an allegory of the four parts of day, and is situated on the left of the sar...
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Night

Night noun [ Middle English night , niht , Anglo-Saxon neaht , niht ; akin to Dutch nacht , Old Saxon & Old High German naht , German nacht , Icelandic n...tt , Swedish natt , Danish nat , Goth. nachts, Lithuanian naktis...
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Night

Night Greek: Nyx (goddess) Latin: Nox (goddess)
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night

Origin: OE. Night, niht, AS. Neaht, niht; akin to D. Nacht, OS. & OHG. Naht, G. Nacht, Icel. Ntt, Sw. Natt, Dan. Nat, Goth. Nachts, Lith. Naktis, Russ. Noche, W. Nos, Ir. Nochd, L. Nox, noctis, gr, Skr. Nakta, nakti. ... Cf. Equinox, Nocturnal. ... 1. That part of the natural day when the sun is beneath the horizon, or the time from sunset to s...
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Night

The period of the day between dusk and dawn.
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NIGHT

The period of the day between dusk and dawn.
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night

Type: Term Definitions: 1. nyctophobia.
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