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- v. Present participle of hibernate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. in a state of suspended animation; -- of animals that sleep most of the winter.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. in a condition of biological rest or suspended animation
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I love to nest in the winter … like a bear hibernating from the snow.
With the beginning of the winter season, it is time for Darrell and I to begin hibernating, except for necessary trips out.
And more importantly: is there a cure for this, other than actually, you know, hibernating, which is not option because 24 hours/day minus 7 hours sleeping = 17 hours, during which I'm still on duty.
Other animals, called hibernating, sleep for months with no other food than their fat, but this, again, can hardly be called hypnotism.
If he wants to sleep around so much he could reclassified as a hibernating bear, big deal.
Also, I see something fundamentally broken in the idea of hibernating by saving the contents of ram to the swap partition - what if that swap partition is full?
You may have noticed that my blog is "hibernating" until I can resolve a few personal and schedule issues.
Mr. Nardelli insisted Chrysler is not "hibernating," despite idling plants and battling to conserve cash, though conceded the 2009 product lineup was "a concern".
And more importantly: is there a cure for this, other than actually, you know, hibernating, which is not option because 24 hours/day minus 7 hours sleeping = 17 hours, during which I’m still on duty.
He had no more reason to believe the story of "hibernating"