school night


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school night

n
1. any night of the week that precedes a day of school
2. jocular any night of the week that precedes a day of work
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The other asked high school students how long they slept on a typical school night.
45pm on a school night with no particular bedtime on a weekend unless she's misbehaved.
Personally, I take part in these yearly showcases because of the love I have for performing, but also because there is something significant about dashing down your music corridor at 7pm on a school night, face full of exuberant stage makeup and wearing a bright, snazzy costume.
The program started in 2008 and takes place on one school night per week, in addition to more intensive spring break and summer sessions.
With a back drop of ordinary school functions including back to school night and a fall concert, "Codename Cupcake offers a new twist on the superhero genre.
Overall, a greater proportion of black male and female students got five or fewer hours of sleep per school night than their white counterparts.
I'm going to have dinner on a school night with my family, who I have heard from multiple sources are lovely people.
He said: "Boozing on a school night had long been abandoned.
It was a school night so I wanted to go about 45 minutes.
45am on a school night by renaming its highlights show McIlroy: PGA Championship.
With only one more school night before the weekend, you have permission to let your hair down or put it in pigtails if you're a girl.
Children who are chosen for the show will be expected to commit to rehearsals most weekend days and school night evenings from Thursday 30 November.

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