Some articles on sleeping:
... New South Wales and Victorian lounge, dining, buffet, sleeping and sitting carriages ... A usual consist had two sleeping cars, being increased to three in busier periods ... operations commenced the train operated as a 'first division' of sleeping cars followed by a 'second division' with the sitting cars, but was later altered to be a 17-vehicle-long train ...
... "Sleeping Awake" (often mistitled as "Sleeping Away") is the lead single by P.O.D ... "Sleeping Awake" was later released as a bonus track on P.O.D.'s studio album, Payable on Death ...
More definitions of "sleeping":
- (adj): Lying with head on paws as if sleeping.
- (noun): The suspension of consciousness and decrease in metabolic rate.
Famous quotes containing the word sleeping:
“Bunched upside down, they sleep in air.
Their sharp ears, their sharp teeth, their quick sharp faces
Are dull and slow and mild.
All the bright day, as the mother sleeps,
She folds her wings about her sleeping child.”
—Randall Jarrell (19141965)
“A sleeping man holds in a circle around him the thread of the hours, the order of years and of worlds. He consults them instinctively upon awaking and in one second reads in them the point of the earth that he occupies, the time past until his arousal; but their ranks can be mingled or broken.”
—Marcel Proust (18711922)
“The sleeping and the dead
Are but as pictures; tis the eye of childhood
That fears a painted devil.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)