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The Story Of Mary - Little Rock And The Two Fingers - Carpe Noctem (CD, Album)

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  1. Carpe noctem is a Latin phrase meaning "seize the night".. Carpe noctem may also refer to. Carpe Noctem (), an episode of the television show AngelCarpe Noctem magazine, a popular s print publication covering the goth subculture; Carpe Noctem, name of the goth themed nightclub in season 1 episode 11 of Lost Girl; Carpe Noctem, a live album released by Armored Saint in
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