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daydream

a usually nonpathological reverie that occurs while a person is awake. The content is usually the imagined fulfillment of wishes that are not disguised.

daydream

Mental musing or fantasy while awake.
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It is a technique used by many celebrities, sporting heroes and business leaders - inventor Tim Berners-Lee claims he came up with the concept of the internet in a daydream.
The Eyeconic series performs the best on the West Coast, but Sunshine Daydream and Thrive do quite well across the country.
And while it is farmore classical than Daydream, which features her versions of the Bob Marley hit No Woman, No Cry and Bring Me To Life by American rockers Evanescence, there are plenty of new arrangements this time round which she hopes will appeal to a broad section of people.
During the tour she will perform tracks from Daydream, which draws together music and songs from across classical, traditional, folk and easy pop that have inspired her over the years.
Jacky Daydream by Jacqueline Wilson is published by Doubleday (pounds 12.
And Claire Tymoshyshyn, 22 and from Tamworth, combined roses and organza in her Daydream collection.
The two men each wagered $100,000 (about pounds 72,000) to show (run third or better) on 1-5 shot Buster's Daydream.
Global wireless entertainment publisher iFone Ltd and top development house Daydream Software AB announce a mobile game version based on MICRO MACHINES, the iconic brand of highly stylized mini vehicles.
based indie rock duo The Good Listeners, featuring Clark Stiles and Nathan Khyber at the Los Angeles premiere of their documentary, Don't Quit Your Daydream .
TO celebrate the publication of Jacky Daydream and the work of Jacqueline Wilson, Waterstone's, sponsor of the children's laureate, will be offering three books for the price of two on all Jacqueline Wilson's children's fiction at their bookshops around the UK throughout March.