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Hernandez, a 33-year-old rookie who defected from Cuba in 2015, pinch-hit in the nightcap.
Yet the nightcap provided an even more spot-on product as one of the season’s best bounce-back stories continued.
Mrs. Biggs opened her window cautiously, and thrust out her head, minus her false hair, and enveloped in a cotton nightcap.
THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES
Only first exchange that nightcap for some more appropriate covering, or we shall be taken for madmen.
When the guests are well emptied of theology, everyone takes his nightcap—the signal for breaking up.
The nightcap is generally the little whisky left in the decanter; to do it honour, it is taken neat.
He wore a nightcap with a tassel, and for days never left his room, occasionally appearing in a faded peacock-blue dressing-gown.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
In one corner was a four-poster bed with the faded peacock-blue dressing-gown pendent below a tousled nightcap of gray silk.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
Before him stood his aunt in a nightcap adorned with a broad red ribbon, and in a white dressing-jacket.
A little wurruk is not bad, a little wurruk f'r th' stomach's sake an' to make ye sleep sound, a kind of nightcap, d'ye mind.
MR. DOOLEY SAYSFINLEY DUNNE

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