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Hollioake struck 63 from 48 balls, and dispelled Shane Warne and glenn Mcgrath from his presence in such a languid and insouciant manner that the Lord's pavilion cast aside jackets, loosened ties and laughed with delight at the brazenness of it.

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hallucinations, nightmares, stupor, absent mindedness, impotence, insomnia, and anxiety.

This experience had a lasting effect on Leavis; mentally, he was prone to insomnia and suffered from intermittent nightmares, whilst exposure to gas permanently damaged his physical health, primarily his digestive system.

After the miner leaves, the doctor's nurse Katie notes this to be the 20th case of insomnia in three days, and the doctor agrees that something strange is going on.

Winston's apparent death led Sarah to have insomnia for weeks as she feels guilty over killing him and leaving his wife, Diana, widowed.

Montgomery used group therapy for dependent patients who used medications for chronic complaints such as insomnia and nervousness.

By-products of selegiline include amphetamine and methamphetamine, which can cause side effects such as insomnia.

While designing, Jaclyn, who suffers from chronic insomnia had a panic attack caused by lack of sleep.

The truce is uneasy, however, and the narrator's insomnia returns.

Primarily prescribed as a sedative or hypnotic, thalidomide also claimed: to cure anxiety, insomnia, gastritis, and tension.” Miller, Marylin T. Thalidomide Embryopathy: A Model for the Study of Congenital Incomitant Horizontal Strabismus." 131 more results not shown.

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