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  • He suffered a heart attack later that night and died in his sleep.
  • Five days after the end of the case, he died in his sleep.
  • He claims to only need four to five hours of sleep each night.
  • The father had not moved, but lay in the same death-like sleep. Cited from Maggie, Girl of the Steets, by Stephen Crane
  • He lay down to rest and soon fell into a deep sleep.
  • Finally a doctor told me to go home and get some sleep.
  • She went to sleep and was found dead the following morning.
  • When they did take two she said she slept with a night light.
  • She even encouraged the king to sleep with her and father more children.
  • Additional hours of sleep do not add to the initial level of performance.
  • Let them die in their sleep, and they will feel nothing.
  • He did not get even a short time for sleep.
  • As a result, he lost the use of his feet, and was unable to sleep.
  • He then turned over, as if going to sleep, and died.
  • He and his wife agreed that both could sleep with other people as well as with each other.
  • When morning comes, the enemies sleep on, because no light can enter the house.
  • Horses are able to sleep both standing up and lying down.
  • One night he slept in a great plain where there was a large house.
  • But he did not show any interest to sign the film and slept half way.
  • Their effect on sleep structure is not fully established and may reduce quality of sleep.
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Meaning of sleep

  • noun A natural and periodic state of rest during which consciousness of the world is suspended
    he didn't get enough sleep last night, calm as a child in dreamless slumber
  • noun A torpid state resembling deep sleep
  • noun A period of time spent sleeping
    he felt better after a little sleep, there wasn't time for a nap
  • verb Be asleep
  • verb Be able to accommodate for sleeping
    This tent sleeps six people