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power nap

A colloquial, humorous term for a nap taken during work for refreshment before resuming one's work.
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The army officer will be forced to catnap for almost 42 days in a row when he takes part in a major endurance test this spring.
SLEEPY moggy Demi thought she had found the perfect spot for a cosy catnap.
They were told she was having her hair and nails done, and she also had a catnap because she was tired after all her travelling.
According to Boston University psychologist William Anthony, around 70 per cent of employees already catnap at work.
Those who were allowed to take a five-minute catnap were better at remembering the words.
After a quick catnap, they packed up their belongings and made there way back to their hotel suite - to continue their honeymoon in private.
As for Mouser, Schwartz took him home for a catnap and checkup.
Being tired definitely makes depression worse so catnap during the day and get someone to help with night feeds.
There is a wicked fairy, handsome prince, cursed needle, and a princess whose unplanned catnap overruns by a century or so.
Some days, she has to do three shows, and the only way to prevent flat-out exhaustion is plenty of coffee beans and an occasional catnap in a sleeping bag laid out on the dressing-room floor.
COURT Hemming yesterday and kitten COUPLE MP and his lover SILENT Mrs Hemming approaches BRIEF PAWS Crouching to avoid detection CATNAP Leaving with the kitten GOING IN She enters love rival's home CAPTION In here
It's depressing stuff with only a handful of laughs for younger viewers and even less for parents, who will undoubtedly be feline in dire need of a catnap.