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sleepiness

A film defect of lowered gloss in a high-gloss enamel or varnish; develops during drying.
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Bill walked down the long passage to his bedroom with no trace of the sleepiness which had been weighing on him five minutes before.
Let me try if I can write myself into sleepiness and fatigue.
I had reached that stage of sleepiness when Peggotty seemed to swell and grow immensely large.
Although I was without mistrust, a vague fear seized me, and I tried to struggle against sleepiness. I arose.
At college he was notorious for his sleepiness and stupidity during the morning lectures and for his brilliance in the afternoon.
Ancelin et al., "Excessive sleepiness is predictive of cognitive decline in the elderly," Sleep, vol.
We further tested if this decline correlated with the subjective assessment of sleepiness. Materials and Methods: The finger dexterity was measured by the O'Connor dexterity apparatus, and subjective sleepiness assessment was carried out using pictorial sleepiness scale in 30 resident doctors at 6 h intervals during their on-call period which lasted for 24 h.
For the purpose of drowsiness measurement, PVT test was conducted before and after vibration exposure and volunteers rated their subjective drowsiness by giving score using Karolinska Sleepiness Scale (KSS).
"It's the first study to our knowledge to show that daytime sleepiness during teenage years is associated with criminal offending 14 years later," Adrian Reine, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania and the study's lead author, (https://news.upenn.edu/news/tired-teens-more-likely-commit-crimes-adults-penn-study-shows) said in a statement about the study Friday.
Excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS) can be defined as a difficulty in maintaining a desired level of wakefulness, often accompanied by the symptoms such as psychomotor slowing and closing eyelids for a longer time than for the purpose of blinking [1,2].
We used a questionnaire to determine the time they went to sleep at night; waking time in the morning; incidence of nightmares, snoring, daytime sleepiness, and intrafamilial physical trauma; concentration difficulty in class; and school success.