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sleepwalk

n. a movement toward something without effort; easy advancement; an easy task. (see also cakewalk, walk.) Getting the degree was a sleepwalk. Getting a job was hell.
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On the court, the Lakers followed suit and sleepwalked through part of the fourth quarter to lose a 10-point lead and let the undermanned Clippers back in the game, just like two nights earlier.
In the past, the court heard, Mr Trigger had sleepwalked into a relative's bed.
But the star's spokesman insisted: "Jennifer has not sleepwalked in at least four years.
Last year, a pub landlord who crashed while three times over the alcohol limit was cleared after proving he sleepwalked.
And the time spent sitting and watching and grimacing as his Lakers sleepwalked through the first two-thirds of their championship defense was not an enjoyable pastime.
Helen, originally from County Mayo in Ireland, said: "I had sleepwalked before but nothing like that.
She has sleepwalked since the accident, but has installed extra-security measures to make sure she doesn't hurt herself again.
Mr Bilton told police he had sleepwalked since the age of 13.
The polar-opposite emotions took their toll on the Wolverines, who sleepwalked their way to the victory and will play host to either Rosary or University/San Diego on Thursday.
A BARMAID told a court yesterday how she was raped by her "despised"landlord after she sleepwalked into his bed.
It showed in the first half as the Clippers sleepwalked, missing shots and free throws.
The JetHawks sleepwalked through a 9-2 loss the previous night but carried a more vibrant personality 24 hours later.
on Monday morning after leaving directly from the game the night before in San Jose, sleepwalked through a 7-2 loss to the Lake Elsinore Storm in front of a paid attendance of 2,119 at the Diamond.