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Synonyms for nighthawk

a person who likes to be active late at night

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mainly nocturnal North American goatsucker

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“We selected to partner with Envision Creative Group due to their connection to the Texas market and their ability to provide all the services for a refresh of our brand,” said Leanne Logan, Owner of Night Hawk Frozen Foods.
The Night Hawk light towers are offered with the choice of two 1800 rpm three-cylinder, liquid-cooled diesels; the 12 hp Deutz model F3M1008F; or a 10.7 hp Perkins model 103-10 engine.
The Trade and Service Award was given to Night Hawk Technologies Inc., a Native-owned information technologies business based in Hull, Que.
While officials have never denied that the Night Hawk had been downed, they had been hedging their answers with an unspoken possibility it might not have been due to enemy fire.
For example, in June, Duley had Mosler install Night Hawk CCTV cameras manufactured by Silent Witness of Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, to protect its newest exhibit: George Washington's Pioneer Farm.
Seaham has also seen the best of the codling fishing, with Kenny Newton taking one of 5.73lb to win Seaham's night hawk match.
? The Seaham SAC Night Hawk Competition had an entry of 41 rods, of which 27 weighed in 117 fish for a total of 76.13lb.
George Casemore, aged 71, of Mulberry Road, Courthouse Green, Coventry took these images: Coventry and Warwickshire radio station showing an unusual view of the Whittle Arch (above); and (below) a view of the Old Bluecoat School which is now called the Priory Centre also showing part of the Old Timothy Whites Chemist which is now the Information Centre.; NIGHT HAWK...
Central Timmins properties extend from Night Hawk Lake across to Matheson, and the Golden Reward project extends from Matheson to the Quebec-Ontario border.
George Powell was called Night Hawk because of his penchant for springing awake in the middle of the night to care for the infirm.
That type of hands-and-knees stalking requires a special bow, and I chose a 56-inch Cascade Night Hawk.
IT WAS fitting that the three-year-olds of 1913, the worst Classic generation of the century, should include Night Hawk, the worst St Leger winner of the century, writes John Randall.
There was a mixture of species taken in Seaham's night hawk match with two spotted rays, two codling, five dogfish, 15 flounder and 51 whiting caught.
OTHER RESULTS ( LONGBENTON AND SEATON BURN AC (Roving Night Hawk match, 7 rods, 3 weighed in 25 fish for 13lb 2oz): 1 Gary Kislingbury, 13 whiting, 7lb 8oz, Blyth Pier; 2 Daniel Kislingbury, 7 whiting, 3lb 13oz, Blyth Pier; 3 Les Harris, 5 whiting, 2lb 13oz, Seaton Sluice Beach.