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jet lag

Mild temporary symptoms affecting sleep and wake-up cycles caused by travels through a large meridian difference, normally of five time zones or more.
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PADRAIG Harrington believes jet-lag could actually help him when he begins his defence of the Deutsche Bank-SAP Open today in Heidelberg.
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