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Night´man

    (nīt´măn)
n.1.One whose business is emptying privies by night.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Rennet Cousin went in search of the chest of tools for the night man, under the shed of the Pillar-House.
And on Saturday October 12, north east comic Wray Thomson will give some Late Night Man Chat at The Carmelite Hotel.
On Saturday October 12 north-east favourite Wray Thomson teams up with one of Scotland's leading stand-ups and the longest running panellist on BBC Scotland's Breaking the News, Stuart Mitchell, for a "late and live" double bill, Late Night Man Chat, at The Carmelite Hotel that promises to be a riot.
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those insisting he was too But last night Man City striker Aguero said: "A lot of people didn'think we would get to the Final but we knew - what players we had - very good players.
The video, which clocks in at 2:35, was posted over the weekend on YouTube by Night Man. It can be seen on You Tube by going to Liars by Night Man.
Magistrates were told that when the victims told Martin that they were going to report him to the manager of the home, Martin told them: "Who do you think she is going to believe - the night man or homeless kids here."
Last night Man City were blasted by their own supporters club, whose secretary Kevin Parker branded third kits "unnecessary".
Said also collaborated with Latino singer Ricky Martin on the track One Night Man and with Colombian pop star Shakira's track She Wolf that featured on her album of the same name.
This point virtually guarantees safety and sets us up nicely for Liverpool, where there's no reason we can't do what we did last night MAN OF THE MATCH: Steed Malbranque
The Borders Group Award for Best-Selling Multicultural Romance went to An All Night Man, anthology with novellas by Brenda Jackson, Joylynn Jossel, Kayla Perrin and Tamara Sneed (St.
High Street in Gilfach Goch would come alive on Friday nights because Reg the Friday Night Man would be home from the pit with his pay and would be able to afford a shilling for the electric meter so the wireless was played at full blast.