But that did not stop Kennedy from delivering a joke that night that was nothing less than audacious.
During the criminal trial, Curatolo testified that he also saw other students on a bus that night coming from a disco in town.
But he insisted his speech Tuesday night would not dwell on race.
On Monday night another group of journalists was allowed to interview her.
When it premiered on NBC in 2006, Friday night Lights seemed like a Hail Mary pass.
night is the same as day to Le Subtil, when Munro waits for him.
"I can stay over night," said Pen, like a child out of school.
For these men were working night and day now—making their fortunes.
I nod in company, I wake at night, Fools rush into my head, and so I write.
Bless my night cap, I promised my wife I'd be home early to-night, too!
Old English niht (West Saxon neaht, Anglian næht, neht) "night, darkness;" the vowel indicating that the modern word derives from oblique cases (genitive nihte, dative niht), from Proto-Germanic *nakht- (cf. Old Saxon and Old High German naht, Old Frisian and Dutch nacht, German Nacht, Old Norse natt, Gothic nahts).
The Germanic words are from PIE *nekwt- "night" (cf. Greek nuks "a night," Latin nox, Old Irish nochd, Sanskrit naktam "at night," Lithuanian naktis "night," Old Church Slavonic nosti, Russian noch', Welsh henoid "tonight"), according to Watkins, probably from a verbal root *neg- "to be dark, be night." For spelling with -gh- see fight.
The fact that the Aryans have a common name for night, but not for day (q.v.), is due to the fact that they reckoned by nights. [Weekley]Cf. German Weihnachten "Christmas." In early times, the day was held to begin at sunset, so Old English monanniht "Monday night" was the night before Monday, or what we would call Sunday night.