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Synonyms for nap

Synonyms for nap

a brief sleep

to sleep for a brief period

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a period of time spent sleeping

a soft or fuzzy surface texture

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the yarn (as in a rug or velvet or corduroy) that stands up from the weave

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sleeping for a short period of time (usually not in bed)

a card game similar to whist

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html) nap pods " which allow workers to get some sleep by blocking out light and sound.
Some studies suggest a 10-30-minute nap can improve alertness and performance for up to two to three hours.
ISLAMABAD -- Mid-day naps may help preschool children improve their learning efficiency, U.
ready for a nap at dinnertime, and the plot thickens--do you put her down for a late nap and thus extend bedtime, or keep her awake and deal with a tired, fussy baby?
A member of the first NAP class in 1919 and designated NAP No.
In contrast, the 30-minute nap produced immediate declines in subjective alertness, mood, and performance that were comparable with the no-nap condition.
during another day Six subjects had a nap day followed by a wake day; the sequence was reversed for the other three subjects.
Throughout Spain, schools still close at 2:30 so students can go home for the traditional big meal of the day and a nap when the sun is at its hottest.
The batch of NAP-HSA used in the present study contained 23 molecules of NAP per molecule of HSA, whereas the NAP-HSA-MAN batch consisted of 9 mol of NAP and 10 mol of MAN bound per mole of HSA (determined by analysis of drug and protein content [21,22]).
For Americans who do choose to follow the tradition of siestas in Spain and other countries, a restorative midday nap often is accompanied by guilt.
A short 15-30 minute nap in the afternoon will leave you more rested than the same amount of time tacked onto a morning sleep," says Dr.
Just think of Winston Churchill, who used to nap in the afternoon as a way to "press a day-and-a-hall's work into one.
Four Points Invites the Sleep Deprived to Take a Nap and Celebrate National Napping Day with Tips from the Renowned Nap Doctor
When your morning coffee's kick is wearing off and that afternoon slump starts to hit you, go and take a nap to keep your mind running properly.
Using Microsoft NAP, Nevis enables enterprises to continuously enforce pre- and post-connect network access control for individual users accessing LAN and data center resources from wired, wireless, remote and branch locations.