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The young boy, wearing pajamas and carrying a backpack, hopped into the front seat and the woman drove off.
The pajamas could help muscles recover by increasing blood flow, said Michael Hamblin, principal investigator at Massachusetts General Hospital's Wellman Center for Photomedicine and an associate dermatology professor at Harvard Medical School.
The family's living room comes into focus around Serge's wife, realistically rendered with sandy-blond hair and wire-rimmed glasses, and wearing animal-print pajamas.
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Origin and Etymology of pajama
Hindi & Urdu pājāma, from Persian pā leg + jāma garment
First Known Use: 1801See Words from the same year
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