n.1.Light, fuel, or food for the whole night.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Liverpool Crown Court heard he gave the 57-year-old a mobile phone to pawn to buy more drugs after an allnight bender.
Black Country criminal Anslow, whose cell neighboured the terrorists' lock-ups, had become increasingly agitated over the pair's loud, allnight conversations and ultimately got the better of the brawl, his father, John Snr, claimed.
He headed to the home "armed, angry and extremely dangerous" and "hell-bent on revenge" after an allnight drink and drugs binge, jurors had heard.
A DEVOTED mum-of-two had a fatal heart attack following an allnight drink and drugs session while her children were at a sleepover, an inquest heard.
They form the MERIT crew, the allnight specialist medical intervention trauma team, which responds to the most seriously injured patients.
Head in the own for wing commander A FORMER RAF wing commander who was awarded the DFC, AFC and three times mentioned in dispatches told magistrates that he put his head in the oven to convince his wife that he had told her the truth about an allnight party he had been to.
She tells how the fun carries on - and boozy allnight parties can end with a dip in Jimmy's hot tub.
Mr Blanchard, who has lived in the UK for seven years, hopes to open the club with an allnight launch party on Saturday, March 31.
It willfeature delicacies from the grill and drink potions to keep you going allnight. Jam to the beats of DJ Dana Jasmin and watch a spooktacular musicalperformance under the stars from a guest band.
However, many who are making the trek to the Riviera are unimpressed by what's for sale, saying there aren't many of the type of film that inspires allnight bidding wars.
But the final straw came last weekend when she threw an allnight birthday bash for fellow X Factor judge Nick Grimshaw.