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power nap

A colloquial, humorous term for a nap taken during work for refreshment before resuming one's work.
See also: nap
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First, the Power Nap feature allows Macs or MacBooks to continue processing background tasks like updating calendars, photos, notes and more while the Mac or MacBook is sleeping.
Duterte's power nap last Thursday was about seven hours.
"Sa mga nakakatanda, ang power nap ay napaka importante nyan dahil umiiksi ang panahon para sa tulog kapag ang isang tao ay tumatanda.
VisualHype's Power Nap App comes set with a nap timer that only goes up to half an hour long (experts say that any longer than 30 minutes will leave you feeling groggy and unbalanced), and includes built-in soothing audio tracks to help you nap more effectively.
The most popular choice might be a 20-minute power nap, which is a much healthier alternative to a cigarette or coffee break and can easily be squeezed into the working day.
Chicago, IL, November 21, 2017 --(PR.com)-- If you find yourself weary in the Windy City, taking a restorative midday power nap just got a whole lot easier and more convenient thanks to Peace Power Napping's Michigan Avenue nap studio and accompanying mobile app.
So, is there really something to be said for the humble power nap, and could they really be beneficial to over-stretched workers?
"I'm going good, I've just been having a gorilla power nap," he said.
One study conducted back in 2008 even proffered that a power nap is more effective than caffeine at increasing alertness and improving perceptual learning.
Equipped with a unique MicroPOWER battery, the Jabra STEEL is lightweight and comes with a talk time of over six hours, as well as a power nap feature for extended standby.