evening twilight

evening twilight

[¦ev·niŋ ′twī‚līt]
(astronomy)
The period of time between sunset and darkness.
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In the evening twilight, you shall eat flesh, and in the morning you shall have your fill of bread, so that you may know that I, the Lord, am your God" (Exodus 16:12).
Hanging in the evening twilight, the two planets will gradually separate but will also become harder to observe, lost in the dusky haze.
Mercury lies near the thin crescent Moon in the evening twilight on the 16th.
The radiant located near the brilliant bluish-white star Vega will be rising in the northeast direction approximately at the time evening twilight ends.
She stopped and turned on the light in the evening twilight hue.
When the morning gilds the skies, I will call on Mary's name; When at evening twilight dies; Mary still will I exclaim.
He never sees it coming/Or, at evening twilight, leaving the week behind,/ Just as he misses,/For the swiftness of their elusive flights,/The days from Sunday on,/Which might be darting swallows/Weaving the sky into a shroud,/Or tines of lightning striking the air,/Like a snake's tongue tasting smells,/Instead of being empty cells/Defining the duration of his earthly incarceration.
The best time to see this will be just after evening twilight in the Northern hemisphere.
Look for it just after evening twilight near the 'handle' of The Plough," said Dr Mark Sullivan, of Oxford University.
The States will go into the scheduled final day 6-4 ahead, but there was time to start the remaining foursomes and fourballs matches in yesterday's evening twilight, and a spectacular late European birdie-barrage put the home side back in command in Wales.
T]he solar depression angle corresponding to the beginning of morning twilight (daybreak) and the end of evening twilight (nightfall) .
Loney was referring specifically to the sinking line drive he hit in the bottom of the ninth inning Thursday that Cardinals left fielder Matt Holliday lost in the early evening twilight.