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Throckmorton was slumbering on a warm, late July day.
Ronning's series of gutsy plays in the middle part of the second period helped the slumbering Kings erase a two-goal deficit, even though they lost to the Avalanche 4-3 in Game 1 of the first-round series.
Since animals can't describe their dreams, researchers have never known exactly what dances through their slumbering heads.
Brian Pearce, fresh from landing a sizeable touch at Southwell on Monday, was again all smiles after Slumbering had followed up a recent Sandown success in the six-furlong handicap.
The Slumbering Volcano: American Slave Ship Revolts and the Production of Rebellious Masculinity.
DESERT DUKE looks a typical horse from the Michael Stoute stable - apparently sure to improve on a promising first run into third behind Slumbering at York.
Created of slab after slab of thick clay slowly kneaded together into massive, aloof, almost slumbering cylindrical forms, these monumental works sometimes recall the heads found on Easter Island.
It can be said that the Indian food processing industry is a sleeping giant ready to get up from its slumbering stage.
You may wonder what it takes to waken the slumbering MSPs from their torpor.
THE slumbering giant, the Los Angeles Community College District, finally opened one eye last week and realized it's a dinosaur.