night dancer

night dancer

n
(Other Non-Christian Religions) (in Uganda) a person believed to employ the help of the dead in destroying other people
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He hacked into my private email and emailed my boss claiming that I quit my job and that I started working as a night dancer.
Top-level Republicans were at the studio the night Dancer announced.
The daughter of Mind Games, appreciating the rain-softened ground and the step up to six furlongs, stretched away from David Wachman's Irish raider All Night Dancer inside the final furlong to win by three-and-a-half lengths.
Newcomers Starling and Xaarinshki should run well, but preference is for David Wachman's All Night Dancer, not least because his trainer is a man rapidly climbing the ladder.
Tom Hogan, trainer of Tiffany Gardens and All Night Dancer
All Night Dancer, one of five previous winners in the race, Abbeylara, and newcomer Luas Line represent David Wachman, who won this race with Maroochydore a year ago.
All Night Dancer and Damson both won first time, Pictavia is a Leopardstown winner, and British raider Umniya ran well at Kempton after winning at Redcar.
On the Saturday night dancers dressed in flowing ballgowns and the evening included a champagne bar made of ice.
It is the first of its kind in the area for many years, after calls from the regular Saturday night dancers at Willenhall to reinstate the New Year's Eve event at the Bath Street venue.
Promoter Albert Nolan brings many of the top bands in the land to The Times which has become a well established attraction for Sunday night dancers down south.
Many of the town's residents came from oil lands of Pennsylvania, and they brought their amenities with them - tennis, croquet and Saturday night dancers.