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As we sleeplessly followed the negotiations, read the convoluted political texts and tried to catch what leaked out from behind closed doors, it slowly dawned upon us that the real world does not care for courteous guidelines of common values.
I do not believe he ever passed a day sleeplessly staring at the ceiling.
Basically it leaves Gwyn wandering sleeplessly around his Cardiff home muttering to people who aren't there, forgetting stuff that happened and dreaming up things that never did.
Now hundreds of parents have been condemned to hell, waiting sleeplessly to hear if George will name the babies she abused.
and it can neither rest in, nor from, its labour, but must pass on, sleeplessly, until its love of change shall be pacified forever in the change that must come alike on the them that wake and them that sleep" (181).
Audiences familiar with this classic hip-hop ballad could immediately sense the affinity between these texts, both of which present paranoid and haunted protagonists who hallucinate while wandering through sleeplessly hostile landscapes.
We had a small hut nearby river; very often, we had to spend the night sleeplessly.
It would not be wrong to state that that since most of us have not been tested, it would be difficult, if not impossible, to vigorously argue that we, the Ethiopians at home and abroad who are restlessly, relentlessly and sleeplessly demanding basic rights and freedoms for individual members of Ethiopian society, including a dramatic improvement in living conditions, could not behave in similar ways, just as inhuman and destructive as those two individuals, had we been given the opportunity to rule.
After family members retreat to their own rooms, the mother watches a porn video given by her extramarital lover, Hsiao-kang massages his neck with his mother's vibrator, and the father lies sleeplessly in his bed hearing the irrepressible sounds of the porn video and vibrator emanating from the other rooms.
In his last few days, back in Gotham, he struck a lonely figure in tattered jeans and a hoodie, treading sleeplessly after dawn to local cafes for breakfast.
The Home Front" came from a backstage conversation with a soldier's wife that results in a snapshot of a young woman, mother to a 2-year-old girl, who paces the floor sleeplessly while the television says, "they ain't found a reason yet.
Eva (Laia Marull) is the night nurse, a quiet, meek creature who sleeplessly and lovingly devotes herself to her charges, particularly Claudio (91-year-old vet Manuel Alexandre).