A Whole Night
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"A Whole Night" is a 1982 drama film written and directed by Chantal Akerman.
- also known as Eine ganze Nacht, Toute une nuit, One Whole Night, All Night Long, Przez cala noc, Tutta una notte
- countries: Belgium, France
- languages: French, English Language
- producer: Marilyn Watelet
- production design by Michèle Blondeel
- written by Chantal Akerman
- casting by Gerda Diddens
- cinematography by Caroline Champetier, François Hernandez, Mathieu Schiffman
- edited by Luc Barnier
- costume design by Michèle Blondeel
- genre: Drama
- released on (32 years ago)
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The Family Dictionary (1710)
by William Salmon
let them boil leiurely, putting in Water a: it boils away, and so lessening the Fire by degrees, let them (land over lit a whole Night, then being between hot and cold, take them off into Moulds of deep HOOps, bind them about with Packthread, ...
After fitting up a whole night at play for thousands with the most fashionable and pro- fligate men of the time ...
by Bartholomew Parr
On this subject we can only observe, that we have known infants, thus separated from the warm bosom, cry nearly a whole night j and, in general, they increase slowly, are weak and delicate, while those with a nurse, if not the mother, have ...
Including, Under Distinct Heads, Every Branch of Medicine ... with Whatever Relates to Medicine in Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, and Natural History by Bartholomew Parr
On this subject we can only observe, that we have known infants, thus separated from the warm bosom, cry nearly a whole night; and, in general, they increase slowly, are weak and delicate,while those with a nurse, if not the mother, have ...
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