insomniac


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insomniac

[in′säm·nē‚ak]
(medicine)
A person who is susceptible to insomnia.
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This will be our fourth year bringing Beyond Wonderland to the Bay, and each time we want to add a little something new to the experience," said Insomniac Founder and CEO Pasquale Rotella.
Right walks into the coffeehouse where she works in ``Dream for an Insomniac,'' co-starring Jennifer Aniston.
Fuse demonstrates what Insomniac does best: outlandish and gruesome weapons design, over-the-top action and a touch of humor," said Insomniac Games' Founder and CEO, Ted Price.
About Insomniac: Insomniac produces some of the most innovative, immersive music festivals and events in the world.
The team found 40% of respondents came from a family that had at least one insomniac.
While we wait for the next full game in the series, coming next year, Insomniac have given us this tasty morsel to whet our appetite.
Despite a 20-plus percent increase in applicants since last year -- and a combined 50 percent increase since 2005 -- Insomniac ranked 8th in the small companies category.
Written by Irish playwright Michael Duke and produced in association with English company Insomniac Productions, CARNiVALi is a surreal comedy about four gangsters in a small Mexican town on the eve of the Day of the Dead.
Espada's beleaguered, outgunned tenants haunt him: "I cannot evict them/from my insomniac nights, tenants in the city of coughing and dead radiators.
NASDAQ:EA) and Insomniac Games announced the official launch of Outernauts[TM], the independent developer's first game created for Facebook.
18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Insomniac and partner Pacha announced that the 5[sup.
Washington, Sept 13 (ANI): A study has found that the risk of suffering from insomnia is 67 percent higher if a family member is insomniac.