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  • •For a reminder of an older blue-collar ethos, and of TV at its best, turn to TV Land's night-long run of Roseanne (8 ET/PT).

    Critic's Corner Tuesday

  • With rumbles of thunder more common to a summer squall, winter descended in force on the Washington region late Wednesday, icing the area down before switching to snow, extending rush hour to an agonizing night-long crawl and turning out the lights for hundreds of thousands as power lines snapped.

    Barrage of rain, snow, sleet snarls traffic and cuts power across D.C. area

  • After climbing to 15,000 feet over four days, she had to be taken off the mountain on a stretcher in a night-long rescue.

    Knuckleballs of Kilimanjaro: Dickey Plots Ascent

  • AUCKLAND, New Zealand—New Zealand beat Australia in the semifinals of the Rugby World Cup here Sunday with a display of sustained aggression and dogged defense that sent this rugby-mad nation of four million into a night-long frenzy.

    All Blacks Advance to Rugby Final

  • As he drank in the air, the scene, and the distant song of larks, he felt like a poker-player rising from a night-long table and coming forth from the pent atmosphere to taste the freshness of the morn.

    Chapter VIII

  • Next he attempted the tiny front porch, until a howling southeaster drenched the wheel a night-long.

    Chapter 23

  • They're having a weekend of events, starting with '90s cover band White Ford Bronco on Thursday, but we'd steer you towards Saturday's night-long fiesta.

    Nightlife Agenda

  • The package, which opponents see as a power grab by the government but supporters say would strengthen Turkish democracy, was supported by 336 deputies in Turkey's Grand National Assembly early Friday after a night-long voting marathon.

    Turkish Constitutional Changes Head for Referendum

  • Common to all three are religious rituals involving vigorous, highly emotional, night-long sessions of singing and dancing.

    Matt J. Rossano: Fear of Death, Joy of Life and the Origins of God

  • Just as vexing was the parade of creditors who made their way out to The Hills, built campfires on the grounds, and kept night-long vigils in hopes of finding Morris outside his doors.

    Robert Morris

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