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half asleep

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Doziness is behind ten per cent of accidents on roads, and crashes caused by a sleeping drivers are more likely to result in death and serious injury than high speed smashes because the driver fails to brake before the impact takes place.
Despite the battalion of back-up staff with Team England, there seems an air of complacency and doziness.
Husband is becoming a big yawnQMY husband's doziness is driving me daft.
Doziness kills more people than alcohol on Scottish motorways and trunk roads.
I tend to make life's more momentous decisions during those few minutes between doziness and deep sleep.
The Irish, though, view things differently and still feel sore that Phillips blatantly exploited the doziness of a match official.
The folly of a bizarre header back towards his own team's goal by the portly Mark Viduka was compounded by Alan Smith's doziness in attempting to clear Alonso's intended pass to Kuyt, allowing the Dutchman to gain possession and cross low for a suspiciously offside Benayoun to force home.
At least their doziness gave some folk a giggle - here are some more jokes to help you through the credit crunch.
Okay, you could perhaps point your finger at split seconds of doziness in the United rearguard as Barcelona flooded back into a game which should have been beyond them.
FACTUAL A dose of doziness QED: The documentary series returns with the powerful story of a mysterious disease dubbed sleepy sickness.
The Irish, though, see it differently and still feel sore that Phillips blatantly exploited the doziness of an official.
Although the midwife had been worried about her doziness, Kate and her family were used to her strange sleeping habits.
Often there's blood in nasal mucus, inflammation of the mouth, oedema, lameness and stiffness, doziness and loss of appetite.
Ironically Burnley's rearguard had set the tone of doziness by remaining static as Dane David Nielsen found himself free to knock home a neat chip from industrious Neal Ardley.