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nod

the nod Boxing informal the award of a contest to a competitor on the basis of points scored
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He claims one of the three-strong panel, later identified as Labour councillor Ruth Robson, appeared to nod off during the hearing.
When it comes time to nod off for the night, incline an ear to the harbor lullaby of foghorns and crying gulls.
There must be millions walking around every day who, night after night, have laid there looking at the ceiling thinking: "Please God, just let me nod off.
99 at Maplin, fits over your ear and beeps if you nod off
body time, attempt to nod off for the final seven or eight hours preceding a dawn arrival back home.
Computer student Emma said: "I know I can never just nod off somewhere because I will die.
FOLK singer Bob Dylan found it tough to stay awake when he received an honorary degree this week but he's not the only celebrity to nod off in public.
And when they do finally get to bed, 76% of Brits find it hard to nod off.
Aching limbs are the top reason why we can't nod off, annoying 36 per cent of the population.