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A bedtime visit to the east gable produced no result.
Just at bedtime a poor, ornery sort of dog came along and asked for a night's lodging.
After dinner, the doctor and his visitor went back to the salon, and all the rest of the evening until bedtime they talked about war and politics; Genestas evincing a most violent dislike of the English in the course of conversation.
He stayed with them one hour, two, three, talking of all sorts of subjects but the one thing that filled his heart, and did not observe that he was boring them dreadfully, and that it was long past their bedtime.
We ended the day of rest, as hundreds of thousands of people end it regularly, once a week, in these islands--that is to say, we all anticipated bedtime, and fell asleep in our chairs.
They were heard talking together until long after the usual bedtime, and early this morning Mrs.
I heard you ask her about it, I heard her say she hadn't got it, I was there when he left it, and I took it at bedtime and brought it away.
On this one point there was entire community of feeling in the four widely differing beings who sat round the dying fire of sticks, which made a cheap warmth for them on the verge of bedtime.
AN app that weaves maths problems into bedtime stories can help children learn to master numbers, a study has shown.
For the study, researchers analyzed data from more than 3,300 American teens and found that each extra hour of late bedtime was associated with a more than two-point increase in body mass index (BMI).
If you haven't got a bedtime routine, Dr Nerina Ramlakhan, sleep expert at Silentnight, reckons it's a good habit to start.
A CONSISTENT routine for young children at bedtime helps them sleep better and longer, according to a new study.