Definition of Night-stop
1. Noun. A break in a journey for the night.
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Literary usage of Night-stop
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Horseless Age (1909)
"Some night stop to night stop. Before this it dogs along the line met their fate also. was very uncomfortable to travel in the contesting cars as they were ..."
2. The New York City Police Department's "Stop and Frisk" Practices: A Report ...by Eliot Spitzer by Eliot Spitzer (2000)
"We further analyzed these efficiencies by type of crime, and also by population composition of the precincts.1 Data To compute the day and night stop and ..."
3. Decisions by California Public Utilities Commission (1922)
"One schedule leaving San Francisco daily with over-night stop-over at San Luis Obispo. Two schedules leaving San Francisco daily with over-night stop-over ..."
4. Maine Automobile Road Book by Maine Automobile Association (1914)
"Night stop. Three-tenths of a mile beyond is obtained the best view of the "Old Man ... 113.9 Avoid left fork. 114.1 4.0 JEFFERSON. The Waumbek. Night stop. ..."
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