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- n. Greek Mythology The god of sleep.
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- proper n. The god of sleep.
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- n. (Greek mythology) the Greek god of sleep; the son of Nyx
In person, the Hypnos is a little less groundbreaking and a lot more crossover.
It's the linchpin of The Hypnotist, in which Lucian Glass, a special agent with the FBI's Art Crime Team, uncovers a plot to steal "Hypnos," an ancient Greek sculpture owned by the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
So glad things are working out for you and the gods Hypnos and Morpheus.
Two drinks for you, another for Hypnos ... gingajoy Said,
Hypnos, a rival British company that touts its lineage as the official bed supplier to the royal family, sells beds for between $8,000 and $20,000.
(Note, however, that fist is shaking, furiously, at Hypnos and his dratted family …)
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Several minor deities, including Vayu, Hypnos and Qed-Her, are being questioned at this time.
And speaking of colorful, check out the seats in the concept images for the Citroen Hypnos:
Eventually, James found that he could induce a trance-like state in many of his patients through mere suggestion, so he tried to adjust the already coined term “hypnosis” borrowed from Hypnos, the Greek God of sleep to “monoideism,” but was unsuccessful.
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