SIESTA


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SIESTASilent Energy Sources for Tactical Applications
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But putting the question of his valour aside, let us come to his losing his wits, for certain it is that he did lose them in consequence of the proofs he discovered at the fountain, and the intelligence the shepherd gave him of Angelica having slept more than two siestas with Medoro, a little curly-headed Moor, and page to Agramante.
It was half past five; I could easily walk to the insurance office in five minutes; and my usual siestas had never been known to exceed five and twenty.
1200 OLD STICKNEY POINT ROAD, SIESTA KEY, (941) 349-3885; CAPTAINCURTS.
Obviously, this is one firm whose workers already operate siesta time.
The Siesta Key office is located at 5140 Ocean Boulevard, Sarasota, Florida 34242.
Y en la Universidad de Harvard se demostro que una siesta de 60 o 90 minutos, ayudaba al cerebro a integrar conocimientos nuevos de forma similar a como lo hace el sueno nocturno.
And as luck would have it, Siesta - which also has offices in Hull - was about to begin their holiday season to Spain.
The siesta, while proven to be good for your health in an ideal world, is now a luxury the majority of workers no longer have the option of enjoying.
If the siesta is what makes the Madrid subway system prosper, why not introduce the siesta into the United States?
Researchers said taking a siesta may reduce stress, hence the more notable finding in working men.
London, July 18 (ANI): In a bid to be more skilful in work, German unions have called for a return to official siestas as part of the working day.
Siesta Lago is situated in the heart of Orlando, just minutes from the international airport, and boasts a superb location.