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“Sometimes, he made beds for us all on the deck, inspiring summer sleepovers and star-watching.”
“But try not to let star-watching distract you from interacting with the less well-known writers teaching the classes — who are there to help YOU, after all — or the writer sitting next to you in class.”
“The streets hereabouts aren't safe for star-watching or nighttime strolls before bed.”
“When she finally felt as if she would be able to sleep, she got to her feet and picked her way across the rooftop, avoiding the places where she knew that some of her fellow staff might be sheltering together, star-watching.”
“Glinnes entirely enjoyed the pleasures of the Fens: feasts, amorous adventures, star-watching and sailing, hussade, nocturnal merling hunts, simple idleness.”
“I heard them recounting to him the origin of their star-watching, and remember of their conversation what follows.”
“I really and truly do dig these apps: I use them to check on solar storms, to learn about exoplanets, to figure out when I can view the Space Station flying by overhead, and to help me and my family navigate our way through the night sky on star-watching nights.”
“There was plenty of star-watching at Sunday's 19th annual”
“Appears to be mentally tough but lets see how that works out after a running back misses a block and he gets a chance to participate in every NFL quarterback's favorite hobby - star-watching.”
“Take a star-watching walk, or go somewhere beyond city lights and find a quiet place, put down”
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