However, what struck me most that moonless
hight was the ambiguity of tale.
Nearly 100,000 Hindus had assembled for the annual festival of the Moonless
Night, along the banks of the Narmada River in India's central Madhya Pradesh state.
No one will understand Iraq, unless they start at the beginning--probing Iraqi and Mesopotamian history from the dawn of civilisation to the moonless
nights of the Gulf Wars.
Volunteers were recruited to observe 2 constellations on clear nights during moonless
periods from Sept.
In other evidence yesterday, it was revealed that half the bridge's lighting was not working on the moonless
night of the attack.
A teenager stoned on marijuana enters a public park after closing, rides his skateboard down a driveway on a moonless
night and crashes into a locked gate.
DON'T careen across the Outback on a moonless
black night, in an old Land Rover packed with six Aussies, four of 'em named Bruce, plus one size XXL sorta-American.
Like a burst of lightning in a moonless
desert night Suddenly Allowing you to see all at once in white The deep ravines and gaping canyons, The chiseled walls of protruding boulders, The strangely sculptured statues of mesas, The huge cliffs Surrounding you.
Not all of your customers hunt or pop targets, but every one of them fumbles for keys in darkened doorways, changes tires on moonless
nights, and wonders, "Where did I put that light?" when the power goes out.
By IsraelNationalNews.com Noting that the eve of Rosh Chodesh Adar II (March 3, 2003) will be a moonless
night, Israeli military observers are reported as saying that is the ideal date for an American offensive against Iraq.
They're ideal for dressing out game after dark, or for finding your way back to camp on a moonless
It will be so bright that you may be able to see it before sunset each night, and in the dark countryside, this bright planet will cast shadows on clear, moonless