SLEEP


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SLEEPStress Level Elimination Exercise Plan :-)
SLEEPStart Later for Excellence in Education Proposal (Virginia)
SLEEPSilent Lightweight Electric Energy Plant
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Respect and modesty in presence of sleep! That is the first thing!
Each night was rather a bore to the Scarecrow, Tiktok and the Sawhorse; but they had learned from experience to pass the time patiently and quietly, since all their friends who were made of flesh had to sleep and did not like to be disturbed.
As they went on together the loud private called out after them: "Put 'im t' sleep in my blanket, Simpson.
"No, how's one to sleep! I thought our gentlemen would be asleep, but I heard them chattering.
But the maid did not want money, and asked that she should sleep again by the Prince's door.
"Senor," replied Sancho, "I'm no monk to get up out of the middle of my sleep and scourge myself, nor does it seem to me that one can pass from one extreme of the pain of whipping to the other of music.
A middle-aged widow, when nobody else was near, thrust her head a little way into the recess, and vowed that the young fellow looked charming in his sleep. A temperance lecturer saw him, and wrought poor David into the texture of his evening's discourse, as an awful instance of dead drunkenness by the roadside.
I am thus abroad because sleep sits not upon my eyelids, but my heart is big with war and with the jeopardy of the Achaeans.
He must then go home and rest, sleep much and eat much, that he may be recruited of what he has so given to his love.
As I looked at the leaves and branches and gnarls, it came to me with distressing vividness that I had seen that same kind of tree many and countless times n my sleep. So I was not surprised, still later on in my life, to recognize instantly, the first time I saw them, trees such as the spruce, the yew, the birch, and the laurel.
But Monsieur Farival had assured him that his wife was only overcome with sleep and fatigue, that Tonie would bring her safely back later in the day; and he had thus been dissuaded from crossing the bay.
Evidently this had been too much for poor Rosalind, and it was not unlikely that she had cried herself to sleep.