Don't Look Under the Bed

Don't Look Under the Bed

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Do not Look Under The Bed is a made-for TV horror film directed by Kenneth Johnson. It was released on October 9, 1999 as a Disney Channel Original Movie (DCOM). This was the last horror-themed Disney production until The Owl House.

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How often do you roll out of bed and land on the floor?

apparently i fell offa the top bunk one time. i dont remember falling, but i remember waking up on the floor that morning and thinking, how the heck didnt i know i fell. i think i was 8? i fell off a bed when i around 4 or so. . my son is still in a crib he is 19 months. id like to take the railing off and make it the toddler bed, kinda scared cause then when he wakes he will be like yay i am not trapped then just run around lol

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Rocks in My Bed

"Rocks in My Bed" is a 1941 song written by Duke Ellington. Harvey G. Cohen in his 2010 book Duke Ellington's America writes that "Rocks in My Bed" "presents a more honest and adult impression of sexual loneliness than most Swing Era lyrics". The lyrics arose from a conversation between two women that Ellington overheard. The academic Walter van de Leur theorized in his analysis of several Ellington pieces of the early 1940s that "Rocks in My Bed" may have been partially written by Billy Strayhorn yet solely copyrighted to Ellington without additional attribution. Van de Leur analysed Strayhorn's reharmonisation of the piece for Ivie Anderson's 1941 vocal recording and felt that it marks the moment that Strayhorn "changed from arranger to co-composer". It was introduced by Big Joe Turner in the 1941 musical revue Jump for Joy. Turner said in an interview that he assisted Ellington with the arrangement and composition of "Rocks in My Bed" whilst in preparation for Jump for Joy at the Dunbar Hotel. "Rocks in My Bed" was included in the 1997 musical comedy Play On! at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre directed by Sheldon Epps. The song has become associated with female singers. Betty Roch's version has been praised for its "gloriously bluesy scatting" and Sarah Vaughan's for her "earthy styling".

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Bed thickness

A bed is the smallest lithostratigraphic unit, usually ranging in thickness from a centimeter to several meters and distinguishable from beds above and below it. The thickness of the bed is determined by the time period involving the deposition of the rocks. Very Thick Bed - 100cm Thick Bed - 30cm Medium Bed - 10cm Thin Bed - 3cm Very Thin Bed - 1cm Thinner than 1cm is called a Lamina

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GoodNites Bed Mats

GoodNites released GoodNites Bed Mats in April 2012. They can be used to protect the mattress from bedwetting accidents. GoodNites Bed Mats feature adhesive to allow them to stick to the bed.

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Bedřich Schejbal

Bedich Schejbal (born 1874, date of death unknown) was a Bohemian fencer. He won a bronze medal in the team sabre event at the 1908 Summer Olympics.

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Bed of roses

Bed of roses is an English expression that represents a carefree life. This idiomatic expression is still popular. In the thirteenth-century work Le Roman de la Rose (called "The French Iliad" in Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable), a Lover recounts his dream of touring a garden and finding a beautiful bed of roses by the Fountain of Love. The expression is also used by later poets. Here is a line in Christopher Marlowe's poem The Passionate Shepherd to His Love. This was published posthumously in 1599; Marlowe died in 1593, stabbed to death And I will make thee beds of roses And a thousand fragrant posies, A cap of flowers, and a kirtle Embroidered all with leaves of myrtle;

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Wagon Bed Formation

The Wagon Bed Formation is a geologic formation in Wyoming. It preserves fossils dating back to the Paleogene period

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Bed of Lies (song)

"Bed of Lies" is a song by Trinidadian-American rapper and singer Nicki Minaj, taken from her third studio album, The Pinkprint (2014). The song was first premiered at the 2014 MTV EMAs in Glasgow, Scotland and was later released on November 16, 2014 by Young Money Entertainment, Cash Money Records and Republic Records as the fourth single from the album. The track features American singer-songwriter Skylar Grey on the chorus plus additional vocals on the verses as well as piano playing and was written by the latter along with Minaj. "Bed of Lies" features a restrained keyboard and lyrics that touch upon themes of "heartfelt litany of grievances" about an ex-lover. The song peaked at number 62 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and became Minaj's 56th Hot 100 entry, tying her with Madonna and Dionne Warwick for the third-most entries among women. It peaked at number seven in Australia and number 13 in New Zealand. "Bed of Lies" was certified platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association and gold by Recorded Music NZ. A music video was not related for the song, possibly because Minaj was already in the process of making a music video for Only, a single previously released a few weeks beforehand.

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