Allnight

All´night`


n.1.Light, fuel, or food for the whole night.
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Alongside these developments, Stagecoach is looking at deploying allnight buses as a long-term solution.
But the final straw came last weekend when she threw an allnight birthday bash for fellow X Factor judge Nick Grimshaw.
FRESH talks will be held today in a bid to resolve a bitter row over new allnight underground services in London, which has led to strike action over the past month.
At least 37 people, including all 10 terrorists, were killed after an allnight battle with militants who besieged Karachi airport's old terminal on June 8.
Lady Justice Rafferty said Heggarty and Mr Bennett had been drinking and taking drugs at an allnight party in the lead-up to the killing at Heggarty's flat in April, 2003.
Prosecutor David Wooler said: "Davies was under the influence of drink and cocaine when the accident happened after an allnight drinking session to celebrate Raquel's 23rd birthday.
e father-of-two, who kept an allnight vigil at the side of the princess's coPSn on the eve of her funeral, set up his business Paul Burrell Flowers, in Farndon, Cheshire, in 1999.
At Nuit Blanche, a frenetic allnight art festival in Toronto, it was exhibited outdoors and was viewed, Kelly reckons, by crowds up to 1,000-strong.
But if she and ballroom bellend Vincent Simone don't make a vast improvement, I'll have to agree with a disgruntled Matthew Wright after the allnight memory task.
He won the 10-hour allnight rover from the Heugh breakwater in Hartlepool, with 12 whiting and nine dabs for 11lb 7.