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  • But I know if I'm going to a late-evening yoga class after the kids are in bed, there's no question: I need those well-chosen carbs and proteins.

    Linda Novick O'Keefe: Grace

  • Restaurants and many other late-evening places close early so that their employees can enjoy this holiday custom.

    OK! Now that I know . . . . . .

  • It would be interesting, by the way, to listen in on a late-evening conversation between Luke Watson and Danny Grewcock.

    Heineken Cup's clash of styles putting referees under huge scrutiny

  • After Shawn's late-evening arrival, we escaped from the Catholic mission where we were staying and ran down the street for him to have his first African beer.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • When those are taken during the late-evening rush, customers line the aisles with their pints in hand.

    For Beer Connoisseurs, a Hopping Scene

  • He'll ask for a grilled cheese sandwich or scrambled eggs or some other late-evening snack, then by the time you bring it to him, he's passed out cold.

    This here boy… « Bodhicitta

  • "It takes a certain sort of film fan to like a Western," said Mr. Cenac, taking a break after the late-evening show, which also featured drinking games (one gulp after anyone gets shot) and a sing-along (the title refrain of Bon Jovi's "Wanted Dead or Alive" after each wanted poster is glimpsed).

    Giving a Shout-Out to Infamous Films

  • During a late-evening break in the meeting, Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos pledged that Greece would adopt a raft of new budget-cutting measures endorsed by the "troika" of European Commission, International Monetary Fund and European Central Bank inspectors overseeing the country's bailout.

    Greece Seeks Further Cuts

  • But when late-evening shows proved popular, the studio recognized it was attracting viewers younger than the baby-boomer set.

    How le Carré Flick Devised Its Plan

  • "We used to not have a late-evening opening time, and that really cut us off from our audience," she said.

    Headed Uptown for a Harlem Renaissance

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