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daydream

Mental musing or fantasy while awake.
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Chennai (Tamil Nadu) [India], November 9 ( ANI ): Sidelined All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) leader TTV Dhinakaran on Thursday said the Centre is day dreaming if it believes that it can cause his faction any harm by conducting raids.
I spend all day dreaming about him, writing him poems and wishing he was mine.
Day Dreaming' (2012) is more lyrical, encouraging the viewer to visualise their own dreams within the work.
Some sixty years of the author's teaching contribute to a celebration of biology and a focus on the myths surrounding it, offering keys to common pitfalls, the importance of scientific speculation and day dreaming, and the process of becoming a scientist.
Later PPP leader known for his day dreaming, Manzoor Wasan couldn't hold himself back on seeing the flashing cameras stood up and disclosed that BB Shaheed came in his dream and told him that now Sindh would witness good governance and the CM would not be old one, but young.
We dash around from day to day Dreaming of what could be.
A lorry driver "day dreaming" about mobile phone sex texts he had been sending and receiving crashed into the back of a tractor and trailer, killing the driver, a court heard yesterday.
DAY dreaming is caused by a "screensaver" in the brain that automatically sets the mind wandering, scientists have learned.