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Synonyms for somnambulism

walking by a person who is asleep

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The whole iridescent confection across the EP's five tracks recalls the finer points of West Coast psych, chiefly The Byrds' elegant chiming and The Mamas and The Papas' sunlit harmonising, driving a sound that also has the fuzzy persuasion of Spiritualised's spaced-out somnambulance.
creatively destroyed--the somnambulance of underperforming firms.
Her narrative of Lucy's nocturnal somnambulance is revealing of the social fear associated with infection, describing the "fear" of their being a "witness of Lucy's condition" that might lead to "exposure" of "her reputation" as well as her "bare feet" (119-22).
A 54-year-old man with T1N2bM0 squamous cell carcinoma of the right pharyngoepiglottic fold (status post fight modified neck dissection and subsequent radiation therapy 3 years earlier) was referred to our sleep center with complaints of poor sleep, somnambulance (sleepwalking), and somniloquy (sleep talking).
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