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MNMinnesota (US postal abbreviation)
MNMain
MNMobile Node
MNMinute
MNModel Number (manufacturer code)
MNMonaco
MNMinor (AT&T)
MNMongolia (ISO country code, top level domain)
MNMidnight
MNMusic News
MNMontenegro (Yugoslavia)
MNManganese
MNMaster of Nursing
MNMultinational
MNMobile Network
MNMain Library
MNMotor Neuron
MNMerchant Navy
MNMagnetic North
MNMicronuclei
MNMe Neither
MNMass Number
MNMoscow News (Moscow, Russia newspaper)
MNMillard North (Omaha, NE high school)
MNMuggleNet (Harry Potter)
MNMantova, Lombardia (Italian province)
MNMarket Neutral (investment method)
MNManaged Node
MNMononuclear Leukocytes
MNMega Newton (force)
MNMatched Nodes (Nortel)
MNMaintenance Node
MNMateriel Need
MN(USN Rating) Mineman
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Remember to call us at midnight sharp, for we must continue on our journey.
It was the Innkeeper who had come to tell him that midnight had struck.
Five years dragged by, and still, every night at midnight, the plaintive tones floated out over the silent land, while the distant boatmen and peasants thrust their fingers into their ears and shuddered out a prayer.
Toward midnight the Crusader came floating down the river in a boat, with his trusty cross-bow in his hands.
But at midnight, when the odd folk appeared, the elder sister screamed with terror, and from this time on the youngest Princess insisted always on keeping watch alone.
A few seconds after midnight the crowd in the Chertsey road, Woking, saw a star fall from heaven into the pine woods to the northwest.
About midnight in they came, dancing and skipping, hopped round the room, and then went to sit down to their work as usual; but when they saw the clothes lying for them, they laughed and chuckled, and seemed mightily delighted.
Passepartout, who had conscientiously studied the programme of his duties, was more than surprised to see his master guilty of the inexactness of appearing at this unaccustomed hour; for, according to rule, he was not due in Saville Row until precisely midnight.
But it is not midnight," responded the other, showing his watch.
Staid till midnight, but not permitted to land by these infamous
Shortly before midnight, Granet, in his dressing-gown, stole softly across the passage and opened, without knocking, the door of a room opposite to him.
It was about midnight when poor Van Baerle was locked up in the prison of the Buytenhof.