Mogadon


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Mogadon

(ˈmɒɡəˌdɒn)
n
(Pharmacology) trademark a drug of the benzodiazepine group, a brand of nitrazepam, used to treat insomnia
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Don't they understand that election campaigns are about as riveting as the Test Card and have the same effect on the electorate as a dose of Mogadon?
It will be Baldy or Mogadon. You'll wish you hadn't, honest.
After all, Liverpool have been sponsored by Mogadon sandwiches washed down by Horlicks in European away games recently.
Mark Kilcullen, Newcastle, said: "Konterman and his fellow Dutchman should be tested for Mogadon. They've been putting us to sleep all season."
Allinson and Lester are old-school Radio 2: cosier than a cable knit, as thrilling as Wogan on Mogadon.
And Panorama - a programme the BBC could shove in a bottle and market as Mogadon - is lucky to get her.
He has a rematch with Winky Wright which I'm sure the people who make Prozac and Mogadon will be queuing up to sponsor.
When they do, they turn out something twee like Glasgow Kiss, currently being marketed as visual Mogadon on Tuesday evenings.
In the 15th century the Portuguese named it Mogador, but in the 70s it could have been called Mogadon, as hippies and pop stars flocked here.
I was utterly defeated, and after somehow managing to walk back into the bar, I sat motionless for an hour, displaying all the mobility of Bag Puss on Mogadon.
And yawning is right, because Memoirs Of A Geisha comes awfully close to being the movie equivalent of Mogadon.
This is the kind of film where the bad guys wear sunglasses even in the darkest of corridors and everyone speaks as if they were on Mogadon. It's the kind of film where computers have taken over our lives.