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They seem to take great offence, in their sleep-deprived state, when I suggest that changing Sleepy Gary's top soil once a month is comparable to meals every four hours but we agree to disagree.
Berry Sleepy and Berry Awake have attracted all major drug and C-store chains and distributors, as well as key natural, food, and mass market accounts nationwide," says James Lacey, chief executive officer of Berry Sleepy/ Berry Awake and a managing partner of Healthy Ventures LLC.
Sleepy Hollow was a small village near Tarrytown in Westchester County, New York.
Adorably drowsy planets gather under a tired sun as they prepare for bedtime, in Sleepy Solar System, by pediatrician John Hutton.
I just closed the door behind me far too, er, sleepy, to recall he was outside.
When the Sleepy Hollow fires destroyed many homes, Josh offered shoes to anyone who lost their home, no questions asked.
Growing up in upstate New York, my memories as a schoolchild have an ownership and pride in "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" It was folklore--sort of-that had something to do with us, unlike the faraway tales of Grimm or even Disney.
Although this is an important issue that the field of sleep medicine must continue to advocate, the field as a whole should also draw attention to the issue of sleepy justice.
Midsomer Murders ITV, 8pm It doesn't take 18 years and over 100 episodes to realise why the sleepy county of Midsomer is so sleepy.
He says the actors also are visiting the grave of Washington Irving in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery.
A new premium online tea shop, Sleepy Leaf, has debuted its first range of herbal loose leaf teas.
Sleepy Paws Pet Care is proud to announce their newest location, located in the Eagleview Corporate Center, in Exton, PA.