late-night hour

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Noun1.late-night hour - the latter part of night
night, nighttime, dark - the time after sunset and before sunrise while it is dark outside
time of day, hour - clock time; "the hour is getting late"
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Due to the darkness at the late-night hour, the Chinese ship's number was not clearly visible.
And, maybe it was the quiet of the late-night hour, it got me thinking ...
Angara said that a 24/7 library with free WiFi access is extremely helpful to students who spend the late-night hours cramming, as it allows them to study when they want and when it is convenient to them.
The new market would be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week, including late-night hours. It would include nine bays for local and regional food merchants.
"We see guests across all ages during late-night hours at Denny's, but younger generations have traditionally been more prevalent than other demographics during that time," says John Dillon, Denny's chief marketing officer.
Chicago Premium Outlets in Aurora, perennially packed from Thanksgiving evening through the late-night hours of Black Friday, is stepping up its game with its first Thanksgiving concert, featuring '90s cover band Run Forrest Run performing from 8 to 10 p.m.
When she looked deeper into the reason for these late bedtimes, she found that parents who worked late into the evening viewed those late-night hours with their children as a special time.
So, if they don't pack healthy snacks or meals for the late-night hours, they may end up eating fast food or ordering from takeout menus every night.
Furthermore, the proportion of calories consumed from fat was higher during late-night hours than at other times of day.

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