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  • When she finally crept from the bathroom, the room was dark gray with early-evening shadows.

    Choker

  • Sunlight Foundation: On Monday, Rep. Connie Mack (R-FL) is putting on a couples-themed, early-evening, wine bar event with his wife, Rep. Mary Bono Mack (R-CA).

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  • During the early-evening rush, many drivers will find themselves staring into the sun on their westbound trips.

    Dr. Gridlock's traffic, transit tips

  • Go for an early-evening drink at one of the many small restaurants, such as that at the Alcazar de la Reina hotel, where you can spend a happy hour or two in an inner-courtyard filled with plants and ancient artifacts.

    Seville, Spain: A Time Machine With Modern Charms

  • When she finally crept from the bathroom, the room was dark gray with early-evening shadows.

    Choker

  • During the early-evening rush, many drivers will find themselves staring into the sun on their westbound trips.

    Dr. Gridlock's traffic, transit tips

  • And then there's the new Violin and Cello Concerto by Thomas Larcher, which she and Barley will be premiering with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra in Thursday's early-evening Prom.

    Viktoria Mullova: from Russia in a blond wig

  • The early-evening fog was rolling in on a hellish breeze.

    Three Stages of Amazement

  • When she finally crept from the bathroom, the room was dark gray with early-evening shadows.

    Choker

  • But an early-evening spike in radiation levels, as well as continued and unexplained emissions of smoke and steam from two of the plant's most troubled reactors, underscored the uncertainty of the situation.

    World Watch

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