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  1. In this way, it shapes the territory’s socio-economic path. By contrast, “overnight recreational activities” form a generic-like resource oriented towards commodifying the environment and embedded in the scope of the night-time economy (Hollands, 2002; Bianchini, 2010). This way of thinking links the attractiveness of areas to the ...

    • Samuel Challéat, Dany Lapostolle, Johan Milian
    • 2
    • 2018
  2. Dec 04, 2020 · Despite the importance of ‘the night’ for the everyday life of the city, the role of the night-time leisure economy in the social and urban change of European post-socialist cities remains underexplored. Based on mixed research methods, this paper aims to examine the recent development of the night-time leisure economy of Cluj-Napoca.

    • Cristian Emanuel Adorean, Jordi Nofre, Oana-Ramona Ilovan, Viorel Gligor
    • 1
    • 2020
  3. Nov 29, 2021 · People divide it to 24, 12 for day time and 12 for night time. Each of those 24, people call it "an hour". Then from "an hour", people divide it to 60, called "a minute". Then from "a minute", people divide it to 60, called "a second". So, how is the clock reference for the travelling-twin ? $\endgroup$ –

  4. 12 Beyond these problems, night-time recreational activities have also generated conflicts related to simultaneous and often antagonist uses of urban spaces caused by the overlap of different social times [Nofre et al., 2017; Bergamaschi, Castrignanò, 2014]: a “right to the night” is claimed by many actors that have often antagonistic ...

    • Emanuele Giordano, Gabriele Manella, Tommaso Rimondi, Dominique Crozat
    • 2
    • 2019
  5. Jun 06, 2021 · In the book, Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time, fifteen-year-old Christopher Boone struggles to enjoy his favourite activities like high-level math and solving problems because of his deceitful and immoral parents. Due to his autism, Christopher cannot understand others thoughts or empathize for anyone.

  6. ionosphere reflection heights with day and night time ionosphere reflection heights generally around 60 and 80 kilometers, respectively. Equations 1 and 2 give the difference is path length between the skywave and groundwave (Δp) as a function of distance (d) and reflection height (h) for a flat and spherical (radius = Re) earth, respectively.

  7. Apr 03, 2012 · The Night Time Brothers Alvin is an illustrator. David is a writer. Alvin likes talking too much, repressing memories and waking up in pools of his own sweat. David enjoys crying, being caught out for his lies and frequently drinking himself to sleep. In this blog you'll find news, opinions and samples of our work. View my complete profile

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