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sleeping

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in a state of sleep

lacking physical feeling or sensitivity

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in a state of sleep

lacking sensation

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It might be the case that drivers fall asleep at the wheel because they are overly optimistic about their ability to drive without rest (Braver et al.
An approaching driver fell asleep at the wheel and hit this SUV head-on.
Everybody needs sleep so everyone is at risk for falling asleep at the wheel.
Lipsitz says there have been frequent reports of accidents that have resulted from business travelers and others who have fallen asleep at the wheel.
0% of people with sleep apnea have fallen asleep at the wheel in the past year.
Asleep at the wheel, lulled by seemingly "unworthy" competitors, is a deadly growth trap.
Congress for falling asleep at the wheel during recent financial crises around the world.
When it comes to meat labeling, the USDA has been asleep at the wheel,' he added.
Despite all the lectures in driver's education classes, 16% of the shoppers surveyed claim to have fallen asleep at the wheel.
The 23-year-old reality TV star was left shocked and scared after her taxi driver reportedly fell asleep at the wheel and was in a collision with four cars.
FORMER Newcastle United star Scott Sellars walked free after killing a motorcyclist when he fell asleep at the wheel.
Endlessly-long, straight highways and fasting during Ramadan are two reasons why motorists in the UAE fall asleep at the wheel and crash, authors of a new report have said.
THE family of a Birmingham dad killed when an illegal immigrant fell asleep at the wheel have been told his sentence will not be increased.
Nearly two in 10 drivers - 17 percent or approximately 14 million people - say they have actually fallen asleep at the wheel in the past year.
That's the message to drivers, who should regard a yawn as the first sign that they are in danger of falling asleep at the wheel.