Early Bird

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A popular term for a person whose circadian period is shorter than 24 hours, who wakes up well past his/her peak sleepiness phase
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According to researchers, about 10% of us are born early birds.
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He explained that what surprised them was that despite some still having primitive traits, such as teeth, these early birds displayed an incredibly diverse array of versatile legs.
Early bird specials will end on August 19th unless sold out earlier, with selected travel dates.
WOLVES will fork out a relegation sweetener of between a PS45 and PS35 to the vast majority of the club's 9,036 Early Birds.
Tickets under the Early Bird Discount are being sold exclusively at BIC stands in Bahrain City Centre and Seef Mall.
html Early bird prices are pounds 90 for weekend adult tickets, pounds 45 for weekend concession tickets, pounds 60 for Saturday adult tickets with tickets free for under 12s.
The Collective Bargaining Agreement stated that players cannot have Early Bird Rights if they have been waived, but the NBAPA fought the CBA and stated that players shouldn't be penalized for being waived.
Tickets for the bulk of the stadium are priced at pounds 299 (pounds 13 per game) for adults during early bird, pounds 207 (pounds 9) for concessions, pounds 138 (pounds 6) for juniors, pounds 92 (pounds 4) for Junior Sky Blues over the age of seven and pounds 46 (pounds 2) for JSBs under-seven.
Early Bird occupies the space that formerly housed Korean restaurant Seoul.
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