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doona

Austral. a quilt, stuffed with down or a synthetic material and containing pockets of air, used as a bed cover in place of the top sheet and blankets
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Doona have created the first infant car seat that transforms into a pushchair.
Compare Mielziner's own words to a consideration of his scenography by Liam Doona in "Hope, Hopelessness/Presence, Absence: Scenographic Innovation and the Poetic Spaces of Jo Mielziner, Tennessee Williams and Arthur Miller":
Doona, who teaches drama at the primary and secondary levels and lectures in drama at the U.
Ryokan beds I wasnOt too sure about sleeping on the floor [ETH] but it was so cozy being wrapped up in my feather doona on a soft pillow with Tiffany clock gently ticking by my side that I think it was my favourite part of the stay.
Cast: Tom Hanks, Ben Whishaw, Doona Bae, Halle Berry, Hugh Grant, Hugo Weaving, Jim Sturgess, Susan Sarandon
Q: Bae Doona was" exactly the right actress for that film.
Barry Jonsberg is on another winner with this sequel to The Dog That Dumped On My Doona.
It's been hot for weeks now but she still pulls the doona right up to her chin.
I think we need to engage the climate sceptics, those people who are pulling the doona up over their heads, and get past the debate over whether or not climate change is real.
Here are pitch-perfect performances from an 11-strong cast, a delightful setting from designer Liam Doona and direction by Neil Simmons which brings out every nuance of the play.
Oakwood manager John Doona sent the park's sympathy to Hayley's family and said they were co-operating with the police and Health and Safety Executive inquiry.
If somnolence is experienced, low-dose methylphenidate is often effective for treatment (Walsh, 2000; Walsh, Doona, Molnar, & Lipnickey, 2000; Walsh, 1990).