Tuesday, October 31, 2006


American Heritage Dictionary -
cre·pus·cu·lar /[kri-puhs-kyuh-ler]

1. Of or like twilight; dim: “the period's crepuscular charm and a waning of the intense francophilia that used to shape the art market” (Wall Street Journal).
2. Zoology. Becoming active at twilight or before sunrise, as do bats and certain insects and birds.

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