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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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Mr Kelly, of North Terrace, West Allotment, North Tyneside, said that as a sleepwalker he had no control over his actions on the night of April 26 last year.
He added that sexual behaviour could also occur and the sleepwalker have "no subsequent recollection".
31 minute work-out whose sonic wail would wake any sleepwalker.
As luck would have it, a local physician, Dr Garnett Sheldon, was returning from a house call that night, and Chief Inspector Marsh alerted him to the sleepwalker.
Nine-year-old Olivia has been a sleepwalker from the age of three, and her mum wants to know whether there's anything that can be done to alleviate the condition, which she worries will affect her life.
A SLEEPWALKER may have sparked a huge search costing thousands of pounds involving a helicopter, police officers with dogs and search and rescue teams who spent up to nine hours searching in Newton Aycliffe.
Seventeen years on, Petra is now a jeweller by day but by night she is a sleepwalker, troubled by a painful past and wary of love; while Arlo lives on the North York Moors in self-imposed exile teaching at an old fashioned boarding school and recovering from a shattered relationship which has left him an insomniac.
Toward the close, Cologne Cerrone Houdini introduces the album's first beat but it's the somnolent step of a sleepwalker, not a platformheeled stomp.
She had a quality that mingled romantic brio with classical clarity, and over the years appeared in a vast number of roles, from the Sleepwalker in Balanchine's La Sonnambula to the title role in Petit's Carmen, from the Sylph in Bournonville's La Sylphide to Milady de Winter in Flemming Flindt's The Three Musketeers.
After all, everybody knows it's dangerous to wake a sleepwalker.
Chief Insp Scott said: "We are increasingly coming to the conclusion that this sighting may have been the result of a child going for a walk late at night without her parents' knowledge - possibly even a sleepwalker.
A lucky sleepwalker who cheated death after he fell from a third-storey window was recovering in hospital yesterday.
Lisbee's third album unfurls rich layers of wintry melancholy and blossoming maturity in songs such as the harmonically-detailed Sleepwalker.
n n n JESS: BRITAIN'S YOUNGEST SLEEPWALKER (Thursday, Channel 4, 9pm) shows us the extraordinary secret world of a three-yearold.