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tired to the point of exhaustion

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At 5:30 one morning, the food service director quietly started the coffee in the camp kitchen and stared blearily at the menu, giving herself a few minutes to wake up before beginning the cooking for the day.
I looked blearily at the clock and noted that it was just after 6.30.
As Kiki stirred in her bed and blearily opened her eyes, all I could hear from the living room was Nanny Thelma talking at the top of her voice to Mark: "When I was a child we just didn't go in for all this spoiling our kids with chocolate!" And then: "Whose damned stupid idea was it to invent an Easter Bunny?
The next day, as we blearily packed them off home, each child agreed that it had been a triumph, which I can't deny filled me with a weird sense of pride.
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The next day, as we blearily packed them o home, each child agreed that it had been a triumph, which I can't deny lled me with a weird sense of pride.
And among the prisoners freed is the Marquis de Sade, who "...stepped blearily from prison/To raucous cheers" only to entice "...a young beggar named Rose Keller/To his chateau and bound her there in chains[.]" The poem closes with reflections on the cost of revolution: "...We watch our tongues/And sniff the air for portents.../.../...terror / Lurks at the crossroads, smiling, suave, severe./An aging libertine, extending terms /To beggar girls.
I grew up in a family unusually adventurous for the 1970s, so became used to going to sleep in my own bed then being blearily bundled into the back seat of my dad's Vauxhall Viva, only to wake up in another country.
She greeted me with a stare while I stumbled upright, gathered my breath, and shouted blearily the first thing that came to mind: "HEY!
Melbourne, July 20 ( ANI ): Jason Sullivan, who was famously tasered by Tom Cruise's security guard after he blearily mistook the back fence of the actor's Beverly Hills as his own, was recently spotted on an intimate dinner date with Cameron Diaz in New York.
Her dinner reunites other suburban couples and provides its climax in the form of a drunken epiphanic outburst: "'You've got to love life,' she said blearily. 'You've got to love just--being alive'" (238).
And when the baby comes and she's having a sleep-deprived mental breakdown, walking blearily through life covered in mashed carrots and spit-up, don't offer to do the laundry for her, walk the dog, or drive her to a doctor's appointment.
Early that morning I had stuck my head out of the tent and blearily glimpsed a coyote heading home after a long night.
Jim from the moment he'd blearily answered the customary early morning phone-call from Sir Alan's PA telling him the cars would be arriving to pick them up in 30 minutes.
A slightly amusing, slightly daft final chapter has a 22nd century chap getting up in the morning and staring blearily into his bathroom mirror, where sensors embedded in the bathroom fittings check his DNA and molecular health by capturing and analysing his breath.