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“Transmission of the message to the entire Japanese Navy took most of the night hours; see Kanya Miyauchi Niitaka Yama Nobore 1208 Tokyo: Rikkyou Shuppan, 1976, p.”
“Their D.C. spy maps list the location as being a famous “dead-drop” site during the Cold War, where U.S. government turncoats who worked for the CIA or FBI would leave confidential information inside the mailbox on the street, to be picked up in the middle of the night by KGB spies wearing U.S. Postal Service uniforms.”
“Richard went up to impart the news of the night buckets and got his dripstone out.”
“Merris Cromwell strode out of the night and drew that poor woman away.”
““Ladies and gents, back by popular demand, the sinfully hot diva of the night squad, lady of law enforcement, queen of cuffs, and the spread-eagle mistress, give it up for Siiiiireeeeeeen!””
“The exact details of the night I spent with Devon Macalister, or is it now that so intrigues you?”
“Nestling next to the ladies of the night were several mustached, glazed-eyed Afghan men who occasionally took unsteady steps onto a makeshift dance floor to bust some surprisingly graceful traditional moves.”
“He gratefully accepted Sandie Pendleton's proffer of a cape to protect himself from the chill of the night and stretched out.”
“Alexander spent the rest of the night next to Lysimachus, warming his old friend and perhaps suggesting that next time he should remain in town.”
“Young's single in 9th lifts Twins over O'sMINNEAPOLIS - Delmon Young's fourth hit of the night scored Michael Cuddyer in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift the Minnesota Twins to a 7-6 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday night.”
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