shut-eye


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shut-eye

n. sleep. I could use about another hour of shut-eye.
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James Isaacs hoped to get some shut-eye on the Dundee Stars bus overnight after his whirlwind arrival to UK ice hockey.
There will be no shut-eye for contestants in a huge pillow fight in Dubai next week.
Clearly exhausted, she tries to catch some shut-eye on her dad's lap while the Men in Black actor looks out of the plane.
If you're getting a solid eight hours of shut-eye (or if the circles come on suddenly), call your doc.
Assuming you're not still buzzing from the night-time session in the Aussie Open, there are no excuses for not getting some shut-eye before our Muzza bids to make the final against Marin Cilic.
It's not a designer label or expensive beauty product - it's actually some good old-fashioned shut-eye.
Siesta: A study reckons 60 minutes' shut-eye improves alertness for up to 10 hours - try explaining it to the boss
He lay down in front of a box fan I had set up to dry the paint to grab some shut-eye.
JetBlue Airways said operations at New York JFK were going well and that it was relieved to get permission to continue offering to passengers traveling overnight its Shut-Eye amenity kit that includes lotion and lip balm.
In the meantime, he has no time for a personal life and little for shut-eye, clocking four to five hours a night.
She claims that a darkened and noiseless room can help even the most energized dancer catch some shut-eye.
Yet, scientists know little about what the brain's doing as people struggle to get some shut-eye.
Nur Malena Hassan from Malaysia had trouble getting any shut-eye this fall.
The 10- mile journey from the tourists' Kensington hotel took 2 / 2 hours and vice-captain Sarwan took the opportunity for extra shut-eye on the team bus.
But today's busy society means that nearly half the adult population of Britain is deprived of shut-eye.