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The one bright side of this gloomy and sordid period was the rapprochement between the Scandinavian kingdoms during the revolutionary wars.

Rita, as it turned out, had a sordid past with bad boy Roger Thorpe which, unfortunately for her, came out during her ensuing murder
soporific (but not lethal) venom.

Or Barney, the purple dinosaur, soporific, politically correct and gushy.

The devil doesn't get all the good lines, but he's the only thing worth watching in this soporific production.

This is not soporific music, however.

It is slow, serial and soporific and a single course may have 150 C90 cassettes.

Unlike some recent West End flops, you don't resent Hinterland's failure, no matter how soporific it is, because you can see the vague outlines of the ambitious play Barry wanted to write.

Once here you will enjoy comfortable sitting rooms with open fires, soporific bedrooms, fine food and wine but above all the warmth of the resident owners' friendly hospitality.

And it will only lead, to paraphrase and quote the renowned Yale University Professor (emeritus) Charles Perrow, preserving the system "with some soporific injunctions about better training." As the shoot wore on, a sort of soporific haze settled over the spectators; around midday, I momentarily lost track of Moore on the monitor.

Billed as a groundbreaking story that "gives suggestions to the child's unconscious mind to sleep," Ehrlin's book features such soporific helpers as Uncle Yawn and Sleepy Snail and has inspired an international debate over its effectiveness.

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