“The story goes that they went into the churchyard in Gweedore together, for a lie-down in the long grass.”
“As a matter of policy, anytime I was tempted to write autobiography or biography, I went and had a cold shower and a lie-down.”
“Having spent the afternoon manning our Transfer Deadline Day minute-by-minute report John 'Two Phones and the Truth' Ashdown is currently in the hotseat, I've been for a quick lie-down in a darkened room and am now back to type you through the evening's football action.”
“Granted, it's hard not to hear something like that chronic chart-botherer by David Guetta featuring Fergie without concluding that dance music could do with a bit of a lie-down for a few months.”
“The end had the traditional lie-down and calming period, which is nearly impossible for older babies like ours who are constantly moving.”
“Go have a lie-down on the cot in the control room.”
“Turns out he had appendicitis. and real appendicitis too, not the weird drunk-too-much-and-need-a lie-down Lindsay Lohan appendicitis that you recover from in less than a day.”
“I think it's time to have a little lie-down and Do the Log.....”
“It's okay if you need to go have a lie-down after reading that.”
“Even after forty-five minutes of lie-down this afternoon after the sushi expedition, I am a Mrissish nubbin.”
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