nightclass

nightclass

(ˈnaɪtˌklɑːs)
n
(Education) an evening lesson
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Join a book club, start that novel you've always meant to write, or sign up to a new nightclass. As long as it's not wine tasting, that is.
But he might not be alone in nightclass for long as Swansea claimed a possible Championship record by fielding five Spaniards, with Andrea Orlandi and Lopez drafted into midfield and Gorka Pintado replacing the injured Craig Beattie at the focal point of the attack.
A time when people didn't have the choice of going to the gym, doing a nightclass or going to the cinema.
It's a modern and youthful company, with a reputation for bringing on young people and developing their careers," said Louise, who is working towards an NVQ Level II in business administration through the Chamber of Commerce, as well as taking a nightclass in basic bookkeeping.
ASKHAM Bryan College, Guisborough centre, is offering a floristry nightclass in hand tied designs, starting on Tuesday, May 9 for five weeks.
Tim Hartley, Assembly head of news: "Selling" Wales to the rest of the UK for the first two years of Radio Five Live; bringing in a digital audio system to BBC Wales; passing GCSE Spanish at nightclass; cycling from Cardiff to Llandudno "off road" in three days.
Her success suggested a brave new world where WAGs stopped teetering on stilettos and B Girls on the corner quit chewing gum and enrolled for nightclass.
GUISBOROUGH'S Askham Bryan College Centre is offering, for the first time, a non certificated five-week floristry nightclass. Classes start from Tuesday February 28 from 6pm-9pm and are based around the principle of hand-tied designs.
Well, one thing's crystal clear - and that's the fact that you need to enroll in Pokemon nightclass as soon as possible.
She had to go to a "Don't Get Mad, Get Even" nightclass with a bunch of other unimaginative people.