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SHEEP. A wether more than a year old. 4 Car. & Payne, 216; 19 Eng. Com. Law Rep. 331, S. C.

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BERLIN -- Sally Barker, who started Counting Sheep Antiques as a hobby in her 1867 farmhouse, recently renovated the barn that has been home to the business since 2012.
As an alternative to counting sheep and getting distracted by the sheer pointlessness of the exercise, try counting how many of the 20,000 or so loons at Stonehenge yesterday have gainful employment.
London, October 22 ( ANI ): Even as Chantelle Houghton continues to have sleepless nights amid the breakdown of her relationship wit Alex Reid, her baby daughter Dolly is having no problem counting sheep.
Start with Neutrogena Naturals Fresh Cleansing + Makeup Remover ($8, drugstores), then simply rinse and apply moisturizer before counting sheep.
If you''re having trouble nodding off, and counting sheep and lullabies aren''t quite having the desired effect, let us show you a pick of six gadgets designed to help you doze off, achieve a deeper sleep and have yourself in peak condition when the alarm bell rings.
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Counting sheep is the old folk remedy for a sleepless night.
When facing a restless night in bed, many people have at least tried to catch a few winks by counting sheep.
Counting Sleepy Sheep" is a sturdy bedtime board book that explores numbers 1-10 through a fun rhyming story about a little boy who can't sleep so he tries counting sheep.
When a young boy can't fall asleep, he resorts to counting sheep in both Spanish and English.
This fresh twist on the age-old practice of counting sheep is launched to zany heights by the dramatic rhyming text and colorful, cartoonish illustrations.
Outside of the traditional remedies of warm milk and counting sheep, many sleep aids tend to leave a sense of temporary unconsciousness rather than a good night's rest.