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  • n. Plural form of nighttime.


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  • This idea of nurturing hope into being, of hope as something that can be coaxed out of the deep nighttimes of our lives, was what Pascal was after when he said, "You should always keep something beautiful in your mind."

    Shelly R. Fredman: A Place Called Hope

  • My family is incredibly helpful when we are there, but understandably nighttimes are all me (or me and John when he is there).

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • The place where we spend endless nighttimes searching for that one open door that will lead us out of this maze of corridors and rooms, out into a world where spring awaits us with its promises.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Still short sleeves during the sunny days that have reached 81, and a jacket and socks are sufficient for nighttimes that seem to have hit around 40 as the lowest.

    Poinsettias everywhere!

  • Everybody thinks I was signed to ABC at nighttimes but I'm not.

    CNN Transcript Jul 2, 2006

  • It seemed to him that three or four whole nighttimes had passed before he finally heard all three voices raised and talking at once.

    David and the Phoenix

  • The poor fat chap a 'been nigh skeered out o' his wits ever since, and nobody in th 'village wud go near th' pit a 'nighttimes -- no, not for a fortin.

    The Shrieking Pit

  • Unlike Florida, temperatures in the Virgin Islands rarely vary from daytimes in the 80s and nighttimes in the 70s.

    Latest News

  • "Doctors and nurses doing their rounds should not have to constantly wait for patients to finish phone calls and nighttimes on wards should not be disturbed by the chirruping of text messages," he said in a statement. :

  • The surprise nighttimes assault in choppy seas ended a five-day standoff between a team of rogue gunmen and the world's most powerful military.



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