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“—There wasn't an empty table at the Cock 'n Bull restaurant on a recent Saturday night as diners sat back to enjoy a theatrical homage to "Gilligan's Island," the 1960s TV sitcom.”
“The incident last Saturday night was that, in the town of Kadugli, the police station was attacked by an unknown group.”
“She asked Paul Enfield to take her to the Fleet dance Saturday night because no one had asked her.”
“Dedushka would like to commandeer my father, too, when he arrives on Saturday night with Uncle Volodya, but he knows better than to try.”
“Mike Silva, 26, a makeup artist from Orlando, came to the jail Saturday night with a friend.”
“To Bob Puddicombe: For the cot in the kitchen on that one late Saturday night on West 24th Street … I forgive you.”
“Knowing therefore that his face would not be missed if he missed service on the morrow, Richard warned Kitty that he would be up late on Saturday night writing a letter to Mr. Thistlethwaite, and would sleep on when morning came.”
“I will go every Saturday night and make a meal of a large salted popcorn and deep drinking-fountain slurps.”
“Maybe she dreamt of eating there on many a glamorous Saturday night years ago in a sheer cocktail dress with Jorge Negrete or Cary Grant.”
“‘I don’t know that I shall ever be able to convince you of it,’ he said, ‘but I tell you I would rather take that carload of people to East Lane on Saturday night than back to that house.”
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