dusk


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Synonyms for dusk

Synonyms for dusk

the period between afternoon and nighttime

Synonyms for dusk

become dusk

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Light at Dusk never turns into the heart-pounding thriller it could have been, but Gadol's writing is so smooth and elegant that you soon lower your expectations and enjoy the hellish ride, And by the end, when you find yourself in the hills of Lebanon and everything is bright and sunny, you've forgotten all about that soggy bread--almost.
Chief executive Martin Beaumont said: "Dawn til Dusk has been on our acquisition list for some time.
Liam has only just started DJ-ing, but has set himself the task of doing a set of an hour and 15 minutes at Dusk, which club marketing manager John Shaw - himself a professional DJ - says is no mean feat.
This may sound boring but Hotel Dusk is so well written it keeps you thinking all the time, and isn't that what good gaming is all about?
Preventive measures include avoiding mosquito- infested areas at dawn and dusk, wearing long-sleeved shirts and long pants outdoors, using repellents and getting rid of stagnant water.
Fireworks over the bay and boardwalk in downtown Coos Bay at dusk.
The book, Dawn Till Dusk, subtitled Racing Champions: Behind TheScenes, is written by Colin Cameron and published by Highdown with a foreword by Sir Peter O'Sullevan.
Light, too: a plane idling at dusk on a runway, with real blue lights blinking at the tip of each wing below a red warning beacon on the fin.
DUSK DUEL can boost the Christmas funds of his followers by landing the Tote Silver Cup at Ascot tomorrow.
And at winter dusk, sky and snow are bathed in delicate colours which linger for hours.
United Norwest Co-op is the favourite in the race to acquire northern c-store chain Dawn til Dusk.
Bontemps' first published novel, God Sends Sunday (1931) - Chariot in the Clouds, his first attempt to write a novel was never published - has a Southern setting, as do his second and third novels, Black Thunder (1936) and Drums at Dusk (1939).
Any day, from dawn to dusk, you can head out on a loop hike over some 20 miles of ranch roads and trails.