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bed in

To establish a harmonious and efficient concomitance. Sometimes after installing new software, you just need a period of time to bed in with the computer before you're used to it again.
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When we came to go to bed, he decently went out of the room till I was in bed, and then went to bed in the bed on his own side of the room, but lay there talking to me a great while.
His clothes were very dirty; and as he slept in the day-time, he always went to bed in his boots.
You have been getting out of bed in your sleep, my dear
We vaguely distinguished objects overthrown on the floor, a bed in one corner, and, in front of us, to the left, the gleam of a looking-glass hanging on the wall, near to the bed.
Uncle Henry and Aunt Em had a big bed in one corner, and Dorothy a little bed in another corner.
He then lays certain silver money on the table, finds his hat, gropes his way down the broken stairs, gives a good morning to some rat-ridden doorkeeper, in bed in a black hutch beneath the stairs, and passes out.
Last month, a woman in her 90s was threatened by intruders as she lay in her bed in Gadsby Street, Attleborough.