With a much-perplexed face, Riderhood looked from it to the sleeper
, and from the sleeper
to it, and finally crept back to his chair, and there, with his hand to his chin, sat long in a brown study, looking at both.
As he did it he avoided glancing at the sleeper
, but not lest pity should unnerve him; merely to avoid spilling.
Contract notice: Framework agreement for the supply of monoblock sleepers
in prestressed concrete - tramway network
WREXHAM has the highest rate of rough sleepers
in Wales, according to figures out today.
I would respectfully suggest to Coun Kirby, if he is going to act as the council's spokesperson and try to justify Caerphilly council's position in relation to rough sleepers
in the borough, that he does his homework.
All those ridges and sunken spots meant hours of tedious shimming under the sleepers
to form a flat surface for the decking (see Photo 3).
The recently completed study, commissioned by Estee Lauder, demonstrated that poor sleepers
had increased signs of skin aging and slower recovery from a variety of environmental stressors, such as disruption of the skin barrier or ultraviolet (UV) radiation.
The recently completed study by physician-scientists at University Hospitals (UH) Case Medical Center, commissioned by Estee Lauder, demonstrated that poor sleepers
had increased signs of skin ageing and slower recovery from a variety of environmental stressors, such as disruption of the skin barrier or ultraviolet (UV) radiation.
In particular, long sleepers
report higher levels of subjective sleepiness after sleep deprivation, whereas short sleepers
exhibit no significant increase in sleepiness levels (Aeschbach, Cajochen, Landolt and Borbely, 1996).
METRO owner Nexus is donating dozens of railway sleepers
to be used for the conservation of footpaths and walkways.
tossing and turning in bed travel the distance from London to New York and back each night.
The short sleepers
were compared with reference groups who slept 7-8 hours per night, as well as with people who slept longer.