It's dark

It's dark   
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You were hard done by that once, Master Marner, and it seems as you'll never know the rights of it; but that doesn't hinder there being a rights, Master Marner, for all it's dark to you and me.
Therefore, I think they won't start until it's dark, probably from three or four different bases.
You've no idea how difficult uneven ground is when it's dark.
Well, now, Marfa Petrovna, now is the time for you to turn up; it's dark, and the very time and place for you.
Sometimes it rains, and we creep under a boat or the like of that: sometimes it's dark, and we get among the gaslights, sitting watching the people as they go along the streets.
Our friend the bloodhound is hanging about the corner near the pillar-box; look through my window, it's dark in there, and tell me who he is.
So it's blowing, and sleeting, and threatening snow; and it's dark, and very cold, is it, my dear?
It's dark and atmospheric, the characters well developed, and the suspense builds as the story progresses.
Monday Morning Blues MONDAY morning, the start of another working week, I take a look through the curtains, It's dark, it's wet and it's bleak, It takes a Herculean effort to vacate my bed, As last night's dream replays in my head, O, how I wish I had the day off instead.
Excuses included: being too tired or stressed after work (35%); running late at work (32%); being talked into going to the pub (16%), and wanting to go home and watch TV because it's dark (8%).
Detective Chief Inspector Chris Downes said: "It is really important that people ensure that their homes are well lit when it's dark outside as it helps to deter potential burglars from trying to gain access to homes.
Have a barbecue or a picnic take the kids to the park, but you're stuck on a train won't get home till it's dark.