from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One, especially a robber or prostitute, who walks the streets at night.
- n. See night crawler.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. terrestrial worm that burrows into and helps aerate soil; often surfaces when the ground is cool or wet; used as bait by anglers
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Dillon is a nightwalker, as is Jessy now since Green made direct contact by falling on her, as she keeps “seeing” him.
And anytime there's more that a couple of special orders for a book, in my stores at least, we started carrying a copy or two or it. and nightwalker said As far as booksellers as a corporation are concerned, pre-ordering would mostly be beneficial if it were in a large quantity.
There is new hope that the race will become more honorable, tolerant and technologically advanced like the other nightwalker races.
And nightwalker reports that Barnes and Noble should now be able to backorder Reliquary.
I found a copy of the Stargate Magazine #7 that nightwalker pointed me to, with the article about the upcoming SGA and SG-1 books.
A nightwalker pulled itself over the edge and tottered toward him and he sprayed Spectrum Cure between its eyes.
He searched for evidence that this nightwalker was not what it seemed, that it was something else, a native life form, say, with a gift for mimickry.
The nightwalker came wading through the mist in a wobbling shuffle.
There was more motion in the mist ... and two lopers came lurching up to stand near the nightwalker.
Why should a nightwalker care if it sprained its ankles at every step?
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