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Yorkshire's sleepiest city is Sheffield, in third place nationally, with just six hours and 24 minutes, while York was fifth with six hours and 21 minutes.
And in Norwich, which is the UK's sleepiest city, residents spend only six hours and 38 minutes in bed.
88) It is not surprising that the vast majority of single-vehicle accidents occur early in the morning, when drivers are sleepiest (89,90) (FIGURE 1).
Or why, irrespective of all latitudes and longitudes, does the name of the White Sea exert such a spectralness over the fancy, while that of the Yellow Sea lulls us with mortal thoughts of long lacquered mild afternoons on the waves, followed by the gaudiest and yet sleepiest of sunsets?
The Wall Street Journal may have described credit unions as occupying "the sleepiest, most unexciting corner of the financial world," but at least two young credit union executives disagree.
At the pinnacle of all these trite formulations, the pollster places the sleepiest, most shopworn cliche of them all, the cliche to which Zogby has dedicated his book and apparently his life: the "American Dream" and its "Transformation.
Loud though it was, the electronic cacophony was not sufficiently piercing to wake the reigning champion in the Sleepiest Journalist in Britain discipline.
A ratings tumble might have been appropriate, considering the Dodgers did little past the first inning when an error helped them to one of the sleepiest runs of the season.
The insurance industry is notable for some of the sleepiest Web sites imaginable.
The bottom line is, the right mix of sleeper stocks early in the year could rouse even the sleepiest of portfolios.
Not even the sleepiest of little bedroom communities is without its share of conflicts, and inevitably a public works director will find himself standing before a riled-up, red-faced official making a public display on one issue or another.