Somnus


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Somnus

(ˈsɒmnəs)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) the Roman god of sleep. Greek counterpart: Hypnos
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With the Marquesans it might almost most be styled the great business of life, for they pass a large portion of their time in the arms of Somnus. The native strength of their constitution is no way shown more emphatically than in the quantity of sleep they can endure.
The Somnus' Smart Wake Up programme detects when you have entered your light sleep cycle and wakes you up at your highest possible energy level.
Citrus aurantifolia Swingle fruits and leaves showed the strongest antibacterial activity against Haemopilus somnus and Burkholderia sp., respectively.
From its spacious showroom on Riverside Works, the business sells more than 65 models of the highest quality beds around, from Somnus to Salus, and much more.
If you are a water sign, the Somnus Nice wave headboard from Barker and Stonehouse is sure to bring out your creative potential!
Somnus won Haydock's richest race four years ago, and I'm aboard him in the Hungerford Stakes on Saturday.
NEIL Callan was in imperious form at Haydock Park where the jockey landed a 636V2-1 treble on Consular, Somnus and King Orchisios.
Roger Charlton has put in Mac Love while other seasoned performers in the list are James Fanshawe's Polar Ben, Amanda Perrett's Royal Storm, Tim Easterby's Somnus and Suggestive, trained by Willie Haggas.
Mark Tompkins' tough sprinter had previously finished sixth and second twice in the York Group Two contest so he was not winning out of turn when he held off Quito by half a length with Somnus another two back in third.