sleep over


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stay overnight

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Q MY 11-year-old daughter wants to sleep over at her friend's but I have always been very worried about something happening to her.
Hall team manager Tudor Jones won't lose any sleep over this fractured fixture in which the toss played such a decisive role.
With a huge slice of last year's senior side missing, theHall won't lose much sleep over this initial defeat and will be looking for a closer call when they entertain Ormskirk in their first home engagement,again in the League Cup, this coming Saturday.
Another common reason, Merza said was parents allowing their children to go out with older friends or allowing them for sleep overs.