She wrote in her journal, or in her correspondence, a series of "moonlights," in which she seriously attempts to describe the light and scenery of successive nights of the summer moon.
NYC police officer, and like most cops he 'moonlights' to keep bread on the table.
Besides, I like talking to the owner, an aging, chain-smoking hippie who moonlights out on the highway at the Hill Country Motel lounge to keep her store open.
Once in a blue moon our springer, Lila, moonlights as a "fish dog" -- completely rebelling against her bird dog heritage.
Dr. Duggan who moonlights as a professor at The Harvard Medical School, took her glasses off and stared at me.
Mr. Westen, a psychology professor who moonlights as a Democratic tactician, was spared the charge of racism only because he waited until this past Sunday to reveal those misgivings.
There's something delightfully eccentric in publishing a book that no one can buy about a consummate jazz pianist who moonlights as a latter-day Robin Hood, stealing diamonds and BMWs in order to give away the entire take.
Gosling's character, known simply as the mysterious 'Driver,' is a Hollywood stuntman who moonlights as a getaway driver for anyone who wants to hire his driving services and his intricate knowledge of Los Angeles' back streets.
Anna along with her co-founder and producer,Louis Waymouth who moonlights helping out in the Petersham Cafe have commissioned Martin Ward and Phil Porter from the famed Covent Garden Royal Opera, to write a modern-day chamber opera called Dr Quimpugh's Compendium Of Peculiar Afflictions to be performed in the ballroom of the Bogliones' home.
At least Warner isn't leaving public life completely – he moonlights as a Trinidadian cabinet minister – and according to Fifa, these latest allegations leave no stain on his reputation.