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  • Bleary-eyed from travelling, the tiny puppy fell asleep in my hand, nuzzling his squashed black face into my palm.

    Exit the Actress

  • Bleary-eyed, he explained that the Interior Ministry had recently closed all but one entrance gate and ordered the access road narrowed to a single lane.

    In Pakistan, religious shrines step up security against attacks

  • Bleary-eyed and spent, I fell asleep in her lap, periodically waking up to intense waves of cramps.

    Times Two

  • Bleary-eyed guests spoon granola and yogurt or scrambled egg whites before morning stretch class and hikes.

    Slim down at Malibu's 'Biggest Loser' fitness resort

  • Bleary-eyed and fuzzy-headed, I waited out front at the anointed hour.

    Richard Bangs: Naked in Brazil

  • Bleary-eyed in the morning light, they stare into their pots of boiling milk.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • Bleary-eyed off a flight back to L.A. from China, I received a late-night call from from America's leading refugee advocate, Lionel Rosenblatt, recently retired from a 40-year career at the US State Department and later his NGO, Refugees International, where far less heralded than he should be, Lionel led both our government's and private refugee advocacy, relief and resettlement efforts in dozens of countries.

    Richard Walden: Five American Presidents Can Resurrect Tolerance -- If They Try

  • WASHINGTON (CNN) - Bleary-eyed Democrats failed to reach consensus early Saturday morning on a plan to seat the Michigan and Florida delegations - setting up a potentially explosive hearing later in the day between supporters of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama on how to address this politically sensitive situation.

    Democrats' late night session falls short on MI, FL delegations

  • Bleary-eyed, and off to bed -- with a copy of The Forest of Hands and Teeth.


  • Bleary-eyed contestants must scrutinize a video montage of horrors to solve an equation.

    Boing Boing


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