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to change or replace / to experience / one of the five two-hour periods into which the night was formerly divided / watch (e.g. of a sentry or guard)
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more / even more / further / still / still more
to replace the old with new / to renew / to renovate / to upgrade / to update / to regenerate
to alter
to change / to alter / to modify
to replace (a worn-out tire etc) / to change (one's address etc)
more (than sth else) / even more
even more
to change name
to correct / to make a correction
to change / to replace / to alter
new edition / new version / update
first of the five night watch periods 19:00-21:00 (old)
to change clothes / to go to the toilet (euphemism)
to moonlight
to sound the night watches (on clappers or gongs, in former times)
fifth of the five night watch periods 03:00-05:00 (old)
to take it up a notch / to bring it up a level
resurrection / rebirth / reinvigorated / rejuvenated / a new lease of life
third of the five night watch periods 23:00-01:00 (old) / midnight / also pr. [san1 jin1]
to take over (from one another) / to alternate / to replace / to relay
high performance
regeneration through one's own effort (idiom) / self-reliance
water clock used to mark night watches
in the depth of night / late at night
to patrol at night, marking the time by sounding clappers or gongs
to alternate / to change
urban development project
second of the five night watch periods 21:00-23:00 (old)
(in the spring) nature takes on a new look (idiom)
first of the five night watch periods 19:00-21:00 (old)
reform and renewal / generational change
in the depth of the night / very late at night
drum marking night watches / night watchman's clapper
redbreast / robin
Dickens (name) / Charles Dickens (1812-1870), great English novelist
furthermore (idiom)
in the dead of night (idiom)
to make a new start / to regenerate
night watchman (in former times)
Pleistocene (geological epoch from 2m years ago, covering the most recent ice ages)
Huygens (name) / Christiaan Huygens (1629-1695), Dutch mathematician and astronomer
(Internet slang) to update one's blog
fourth of the five night watch periods 01:00-03:00 (old)
lit. to restring one's bow / to reform and start over again
alternately / by turns
menopause / andropause
dynamic update (Internet)
change room / dressing room / locker room / toilet
watch tower / drum tower marking night watches
one watch (i.e. two-hour period during night)
deep night
deep at night
Charles Dickens (1812-1870), great English novelist
to change / to substitute
international date line
to replace the old with new (idiom)
to keep watch during the night
dental transition (from milk teeth to adult teeth)
deep at night and all is quiet (idiom)
substitution / replacing former general / change of leader
when it rains, it pours (idiom)
too many to count / very many / innumerable
soldier (serving alternate watch)
lit. hundred foot pole, progress still further (idiom); fig. much accomplished, still some work to do / to continue to further successes / not to rest on one's laurels
The road means more than the destination. / It is better to travel hopefully than to arrive.
The process is more beautiful than the outcome. / It is better to travel hopefully than to arrive.
to stay up through the night (idiom)
It is better to travel hopefully than to arrive.
I am who I am (and I'm not ashamed) / fig. to be proud of one's name and stand by one's actions

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