Late may refer to:
- A deceased person or thing
- Late (album), a 2000 album by The 77s
- Late!, a pseudonym used by Dave Grohl on his Pocketwatch album
- Late (rapper), an underground rapper from Wolverhampton
- "Late" (song), a song by Blue Angel
- Late (Tonga), an uninhabited volcanic island southwest of Vavaʻu in the kingdom of Tonga
Other articles related to "late":
... he appeared quite a few times on Los Angeles-based late night programmes such as The Arsenio Hall Show and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno ... he appeared on Larry King Live in 1999 and The Late Late Show in 2002 ... Once Brothers, where he discusses the exploits of the Yugoslavia national basketball team in the late 1980s and early 1990s and how the Yugoslav Wars tore them apart, especially in context of his ...
... Basal and incertae sedis Alcodes (fossil Late Miocene of Orange County, USA) Hydrotherikornis (fossil Late Eocene of Oregon, USA) – disputed "Mancalla" diegensis (fossil Middle ...
... While he was away, late in 1917 Irene appeared in a star-studded revue, Miss 1917 ... In addition, her business was scheduled for late in the evening, around 1030, and she found it difficult to perform so late and then do film work during the day ...
... for Pelagius's life and career are two Latin chronicles produced in the late ninth century in the kingdom he founded ... All of this, however is a late tradition ... According to the late tradition, Munuza, the Berber governor of Iegione (either Gijón or León), became attracted to Pelagius' sister and sent word ...
... Although it produced his last Top 10 hit with the upbeat "Late in the Evening" (also a No ... Hearts and Bones included "The Late Great Johnny Ace", a song partly about Johnny Ace, an American R B singer, and partly about slain Beatle John Lennon ... Simon and his guitar, with a recording of the rhythm track and horns for "Late In The Evening." In January 1985, Simon lent his talent to USA for Africa and performed on the relief fundraising ...
Famous quotes containing the word late:
“I ... would rather be in dependance on Great Britain, properly limited, than on any nation upon earth, or than on no nation. But I am one of those too who rather than submit to the right of legislating for us assumed by the British parliament, and which late experience has shewn they will so cruelly exercise, would lend my hand to sink the whole island in the ocean.”
—Thomas Jefferson (17431826)
“Perhaps anxious politicians may prove that only seventeen white men and five negroes were concerned in the late enterprise; but their very anxiety to prove this might suggest to themselves that all is not told. Why do they still dodge the truth? They are so anxious because of a dim consciousness of the fact, which they do not distinctly face, that at least a million of the free inhabitants of the United States would have rejoiced if it had succeeded. They at most only criticise the tactics.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Roosevelt could always keep ahead with his work, but I cannot do it, and I know it is a grievous fault, but it is too late to remedy it. The country must take me as it found me. Wasnt it your mother who had a servant girl who said it was no use for her to try to hurry, that she was a Sunday chil and no Sunday chil could hurry? I dont think I am a Sunday child, but I ought to have been; then I would have had an excuse for always being late.”
—William Howard Taft (18571930)