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One of the events was an overnight pajama party with dozens of kids.
A newspaper report said Damond was shot while standing alongside the car in her pajamas.
Two officers responded in a squad car and, the Star Tribunereported, Damond went to the driver’s door in her pajamas; the officer in the passenger seat fired, killing her.
At the end of the week, Page and her fellow campers, dressed in flannel pajamas and clutching mugs of hot cocoa, awaited the arrival of Santa Claus on the back of a maintenance truck driven by Page's father.
The collection consists of three items: the cactus eye mask ($35), a shortie pajama set ($110) and a night shirt ($95), sold exclusively on shop.theblondesalad.com.
A quick reminder that along with getting to work in your pajamas, these positions come with some additional benefits that are seriously amazing.
While some will see this sleepwear as just pricy pajamas, Under Armour views it as a coaching tool to encourage athletes to think less about training and more about passive actions like sleep.
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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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