somniloquy


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Synonyms for somniloquy

uttering speech while asleep

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Regarding traditional practices for postpartum hemorrhage (52%), decreased lactation (68%), prevention of albasmasi (a local belief suggesting that the woman can show the symptoms of febrility, somniloquy, and hallucination because of the influence of bad spirits in the postpartum period) (96%) and healing of albasmasi (77%).
Sherman, 'Shakespearean Somniloquy: Sleep and Transformation in The Tempest', in RenaissanceTransformations:The Making ofEnglish Writing (1500-1650), eds Margaret Healy and Thomas Healy (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2009), pp.
Somniloquy [13] and SleepServer [14] are pioneering efforts regarding PM, claiming significant savings exceeding 60%.
KELLI ANNE NOFTLE'S first collection of poetry, I Was There for Your Somniloquy, was selected by Rae Armantrout for the 2010 Omnidawn Poetry Prize.
To cite a few instances, it has been reported that autoimmune diseases that exhibit auto-antibodies against neuronal voltage-gated potassium channel (VGKC) complexes such as limbic encephalitis or Morvan syndrome present sleep disturbances like insomnia, REM sleep behavior disorder, hypersomnia, and somniloquy [62, 63].
A similar dialogue takes place in "Somniloquy with Interruptions," in which lines such as "One day I can feel my stomach and the next, where has it gone?" and "By her clock, I get the hang of my moodiness" will probably ring familiar to any mother.
Computer scientists at UC San Diego and Microsoft Research in Redmond, Washington and Cambridge, UK collaborated on this project and the NSDI 2009 paper, "Somniloquy: Augmenting Network Interfaces to Reduce PC Energy Usage."