In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- It's just sometimes you need to escape for a power nap.
- Find time for some yoga, a nature walk, a power nap, and some healthy meals.
- This difference is partially due to the number of participants in the current study who reported power naps that lasted less than 20 minutes.
- "If you can have power breakfasts and power lunches, why not power naps?"
- The incident rate of very short naps (frequently termed power naps) in modern society may be on the rise.
- Body temperature falls to a daytime low in the early afternoon, making you feel sluggish - prime time for a power nap.
- So relaxed, or tired, was she that she settled down for a power nap, stretching out on the grass and resting her head on her kit bag.
- Perhaps one of the most interesting findings was the somewhat unexpected prevalence of power naps that were reported by both young men and women and middle-aged adults.
- We had a bit of a power nap when we got back to the hotel and we watched the brothers play in the doubles final at Wimbledon.
- She looks like a private school headmistress awakening from a five-minute power nap.
- After a "power nap," she agrees to play with Scooter.
- Sleep is the new 21st century status symbol, epitomised by the " power nap ".
- Clive, his face still damp, is soon catching a ten-minute "power nap" amidst the clutter.
- After a power nap during French, I felt revitalized and had a new outlook on things.
- This is one of those 15 minute power naps they raved about on the time management course you sent me on.
- I think a mid evening power nap is the way forward.
- As Dr White points out, even Margaret Thatcher and Winston Churchill took power naps.
- This compact Executive Hammock can help you indulge in a serious power nap.
- Bedding down by your desk may not be the answer, but using a room for a post-lunch power nap could work.
- A ten-minute ' power nap ' can leave you regenerated and relaxed.
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