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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The post Early Bird registration for the Limassol Marathon until 31/1 appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
With that in mind, here are 11 scientifically proven reasons why early birds really do get more done than those people who would rather hit the snooze button and sleep in for a few more hours.
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Dr Roger Benson of Oxford University's Department of Earth Sciences, who led the research, said that these early birds were not as sophisticated as the birds we know today - if modern birds have evolved to be like stealth bombers then these were more like biplanes.
These special fares are unique in the sense that it s the first time for us to introduce early bird specials, focussed primarily on customers who plan their trip well in advance and are set in their travel dates, says Josaia Rayawa, Fiji Airways Regional General Manager Fiji and the Pacific Islands.
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THE Wickerman Festival is releasing early bird tickets for next year's festival - at 2011 prices.
The New York Knicks won a huge victory on Friday afternoon when Jeremy Lin and Steve Novak were both awarded Early Bird Rights.
Freshly baked cornbread is on the menu at Early Bird, open at Kavanaugh and University Avenue in Little Rock's Heights neighborhood.
April 20 is the deadline to take advantage of the Masters Early Bird Bonus.
By opening an Early Bird ISA Feeder, customers can use the service to start earning interest on next year's ISA allowance now - without having to wait for the new tax year to start in April.