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alarm clock

noun as in clock that wakes sleeper

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As an added bonus, it includes an alarm clock so travelers with early departure times won’t have to depend on wake-up calls or the natural body clock.

Others, freed from their alarm clocks, “are now getting more sleep and feeling more rested,” Epstein says.

The alarm clock setting uses a gradual natural light sunrise feature that helps trick the body into a more natural wake up over a 30 minute period.

B8ta offers shelf space to unique digital products, such as electric skateboards or a coffee alarm clock, on behalf of brands that want a physical presence.

Every new supplement or sunrise alarm clock or mattress is another potential sponsorship.

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I thought it was a little bit weird to have an alarm clock in the mikvah.

It was then that Shulevitz says she noticed an alarm clock on a counter.

How can you make it to class on time when you have no electricity and no alarm clock?

In essence, Dream:ON is an alarm clock app with smart features.

Later, he describes himself as “a sleepwalker—who turns off the alarm clock.”

A small desk clock can be made in a similar manner, using a cheap watch instead of the alarm clock.

In the construction of this clock one perfectly good and accurate alarm clock and the works of an old or discarded one are used.

Although the modern alarm clock is a wonderfully effective piece of mechanism, it is, to say the least, very abrupt in its manner.

A combined window closer and alarm clock that also opens the register.

Their thoughtful hosts looked after the lads every need, even to lending them an alarm clock.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to alarm clock, such as: clock radio, alarm, alarm watch, and travel alarm.

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