sleepless


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Morison had spent an almost sleepless night of nervous apprehension and doubts and fears.
I had better have let it wait till morning, for it gave me a second sleepless night.
But the rest, which one night entirely sleepless, and many hours of the most wearing anxiety seemed to make requisite, was kept off by irritation of spirits.
Linton spent his days and nights there, a sleepless guardian; and - a circumstance concealed from all but me - Heathcliff spent his nights, at least, outside, equally a stranger to repose.
Nothing ever arrests its sleepless industry but the coming of a heavy fog, which clothes the teeming stream in a mantle of impenetrable stillness.
There is nothing so refreshing after a sleepless night as a cup of this delicious Russian tea," Lorrain was saying with an air of restrained animation as he stood sipping tea from a delicate Chinese handleless cup before a table on which tea and a cold supper were laid in the small circular room.
But I'm having sleepless nights and have found myself not eating properly because of the situation.
After sleepless nights combining maneuvering between showbiz schedules, subjects, and thesis, 'Asia's Pop Sweetheart' Julie Anne San Jose is finally clenching her diploma on Tuesday.
I now have a sleepless night, churning things over in my head.
The Duke of Cambridge told the team how Princess Charlotte has been giving her parents "a few sleepless nights.
ISLAMABAD -- Mehmood Khan Achakzai, a senior National Assembly member, is restless and having sleepless nights.
Obst, Lynda, Sleepless in Hollywood: Tales from the New Abnormal in the Movie Business, Simon and Schuster, New York, 2013, ISBN 9 7814 7672 7745, 304 pp.