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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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The court heard the case in relation to the second victim was adjourned on repeated occasions while Forbes pursued the sleepwalking defence, which he eventually dropped.
It is understood the GP will put forward a defence of "auto-autonomy", in that he was sleepwalking and therefore not conscious of his actions at the time of the alleged offences.
Fiorella Brereton, prosecuting, told Preston crown court Mr Ball was sleepwalking when he got into bed with the girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons.
On the night in question Mark was particularly vulnerable to sleepwalking.
Sunday Mail doctor Gareth Smith said Hind's sleepwalking theory could not be ruled out.
LOVELORN Susan Williams is back with her ex-boyfriend - after SLEEPWALKING into his bed.
A court decision to acquit a motorist on drink-driving charges after he claimed he was sleepwalking would open the floodgates to others, anti drinkdrive campaigners said yesterday.
In Crossing Arkansas--Night, 2001, a seemingly sleepwalking figure wearing what looks like a hospital gown is poised in the middle of a crosswalk.
Born from a realm of black water and flickering candles, haunting numbers including "Twilight" and "River of Sorrow" play like lost Shakespearan sleepwalking scenes, while others ("Rapture," "Atrocities") invoke powerful spiritual imagery enhanced by Antony's extraterrestrial deportment.
Sleepwalking is not uncommon, especially in young children.
Hermes and a partner perform a playful, sexy pas de deux, followed by Eros returning with Psyche, portrayed as a sleepwalking woman gliding in tiny bourrees like an image from George Balanchine's La Sonnambula.
In the work briefly reported here it was predicted that participants who claimed to have had sleepwalking experiences would show higher frequencies of parapsychological experiences than participants who did not claim to have had sleepwalking experiences.
You can hit your internal "snooze alarm" and keep on sleepwalking, or you can use wake-up calls as an opportunity to open communication and address that which requires attention.
The story: when an aspiring stand-up fails to express his true feelings about his girlfriend and his stalled career, his anxiety comes out in increasingly funny and dangerous sleepwalking incidents.
FRANKEL'S jockey Tom Queally has been banned from driving for 22 months after claiming he was sleepwalking while drink driving.