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school night

n
1. any night of the week that precedes a day of school
2. jocular any night of the week that precedes a day of work
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DU QUOIN -- Our annual "Back to School Night" will take place from 6-7:30 p.m.
A 13-year-old, on Thanksgiving week, on a school night, in her bedroom, and she died."
I'm keeping an eye out for another bottle of the Catena Malbec as it made a school night, well a few school nights, a little more pleasant than usual.
1, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- For high school students, sleeping less than eight hours on an average school night is associated with increased odds of selected unsafe behaviors, according to a research letter published online Oct.
Start the school night bedtime routine at least a week before the first day.
June 4 // School Night! Live from Hollywood // 8:00 pm PT
every school night.<br />Facebook launched the messaging app aimed at kids under 13 in December.
The other asked high school students how long they slept on a typical school night. In 2015, 4 out of 10 teens slept less than seven hours a night.
My nine-year-old goes to bed 8.45pm on a school night with no particular bedtime on a weekend unless she's misbehaved.
"It's not a school night, is it?" shouted Guy Garvey, bounding on to the stage with a wide-eyed grin.
Personally, I take part in these yearly showcases because of the love I have for performing, but also because there is something significant about dashing down your music corridor at 7pm on a school night, face full of exuberant stage makeup and wearing a bright, snazzy costume.
The program started in 2008 and takes place on one school night per week, in addition to more intensive spring break and summer sessions.

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