at midnight 真夜中に，夜の１２時に（
≒ at 12:00 p.m.）
A year later, just before
midnight on 7 June 1944, the day after D-Day, a Sunderland flying boat ML858 was wrecked at the head of Gleann Mòr.
St Kilda, Scotland
After this, it ran for ninety-nine weeks at New York's Waverly Cinema, had a year-long
midnight run at San Francisco's Roxie Theater from 1978 to 1979, and achieved a three-year tenure at Los Angeles' Nuart Theatre between 1978 and 1981.
Although being out of their rooms after
midnight is officially against regulations, violations have been known to be overlooked for the sake of tradition.
United States Military Academy
Around July 1, Vega reaches
midnight culmination when it crosses the meridian at that time.
As an example, on November 11, 1911, the temperature at Oklahoma City reached 83 °F (28 °C) in the afternoon (the record high for that date), then an incoming squall line resulted in a drop to 17 °F (−8 °C) at
midnight (the record low for that date); thus, both the record high and record low for November 11 were set on the same day.
midnight on 1 June, Nassau came in contact with the British destroyer Spitfire, and in the confusion, attempted to ram her.
Nassau class battleship
midnight General Dietrich Kraiss, commander of the 352nd division, reporting the total loss of men and equipment in the coastal positions, advised that he had sufficient forces to contain the Americans on D+1 but that he would need reinforcements thereafter, only to be told that there were no more reserves available.
midnight on 22 August, Generals Đôn, Đính and Khiêm informed Nhu that student demonstrations were planned for three consecutive days.
Xá Lợi Pagoda raids
Babb often booked the movie as a
midnight presentation twice a week in the same town; David F.
She Shoulda Said No!
midnight on June 9 nearly every freeway and major road in the city was under several feet of water, forcing hundreds of motorists to abandon their vehicles for higher ground.
Tropical Storm Allison
By nightfall of 24 March, 15th (Scottish) Infantry Division had joined up with elements of 6th Airborne, and by
midnight the first light bridge was across the Rhine.
By prior arrangement, he and Speer tried to get in touch with each other by telepathy one New Year's Eve—but both men fell asleep before
During this period, Paul Revere made his famous
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery hoped that Canadian forces would achieve control of Falaise by
midnight on August 14.
Following a brief song performance by U2 at the festival, the film was screened at
midnight inside the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès, using Dolby 3D technology and a silver screen installed by RealD Cinema.
Foraging resumes for a few hours in the afternoon and subsides before sunset, and a third foraging period may occur around
He confronts the Skull Kid and Tael at
midnight of the third day at the top of Clock Tower, not long before the moon is set to collide.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
He took this development to a new level with his 1953 orchestral work Réveil des oiseaux—its material consists almost entirely of the birdsong one might hear between
midnight and noon in the Jura.
He was taken to the Middlesex Hospital, London, and died just after
midnight on 24 July 1980, aged 54.
His opponents launched numerous delaying tactics; the Senate session before the vote to confirm Minton lasted until
If programming is continuous, the anthem is played once at 0600 hours and again at
National Anthem of Russia
In Phase 3 of the operation, the 7th Brigade pushed towards the 12th SS Panzer Division's former headquarters at Ardenne Abbey, securing the position before
In Winnipeg, an estimated 10,000 people waited at
midnight in a one-kilometre line to file past the casket which made the trip draped in a Canadian flag and Diefenbaker's beloved Red Ensign.
It may be repeated more than 20,000 times a night, with a peak between
midnight and 3 am.
Kondo's force approached Guadalcanal via Indispensable Strait around
midnight on 14 November, and a quarter moon provided moderate visibility of about 7 km (3.8 nmi; 4.3 mi).
Naval Battle of Guadalcanal