anight

anight

(əˈnaɪt)
adv
at or by night
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Army units, in cooperation withthe backup forces, continued successful operationsin the depths of al-Badyia desert and conducted anight air drop 20 km behind the fronts of the ISISterrorist organization to the south of al-Kadirtown between Raqqa and Homs.
ANIGHT on the tiles has just become a lot more difficult for the region's scrabble aficionados after more than 6,500 words were given the green light.
It is not coincidence that the annual ceremony is held around the anniversary of Kristallnacht, the aNight of Broken Glassa when Jewish stores, businesses, homes and synagogues were destroyed Nov.
Anight a North East private investigator targeted former PM Gordon Brown on behalf of unidentified journalists.
We had some guys that took anight offandother guys were playing.
At the press of abutton the roof of the campervan goes up and aroom with beds, basin, flat TV is created, as you settle down for anight in the desolate mountains
Wewear pink socks and braces on stage but we'd wear them on anight out too," said Ta mmy.
ANIGHT in the company of Boyzone I can take or leave.
Summer rates for the 168 rooms are $55 anight for two (down from $180 to $200).
Coach Wood--who held down anight watchman's job to supplement the $4,000 he was paid to both coach and teach--had more than just a handful of boys turn out for the team, as Coach Dale does in Hoosiers.