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 v.— «The Internet survey found that 51% “sleepwork,” or dream about their work, and nearly 70% of those who do sleepwork put their “work dreams” into action when they wake up.» —“Managers Use ‘Sleepworking’ To Make Business, Tech Decisions” by W. David Gardner InformationWeek Jan. 3, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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