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Completing the A-to-Z gamut of neologisms, here's one beginning with X.

Not many people xeliar, although they certainly can. I have recently begun xeliaring, and there are certain animals that xeliar.

What in the world does it mean to xeliar?
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To xeliar, do you have to be: Adult? Child? Teen? Male? Female? Of a certain nationality? Speaking a certain language?
When you xeliar, are you: Standing up? Sitting down? Lying? Running? Walking? Moving in any way?
Does xeliaring involve certain parts of the body? If so: Head? Torso? Legs? Arms?
Was t he word xeliar chosen just for its beginning-with-X properties? Or is it an acronym/near acronym?
If it is an acronym/near acronym, I will be very impressed.
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To xeliar, do you have to be: Adult? Child? Teen? Male? Female? Of a certain nationality? Speaking a certain language? Can be any of these
When you xeliar, are you: Standing up? Sitting down? Lying? This Running? Walking? Moving in any way?
Does xeliaring involve certain parts No of the body? Yes If so: Head? Torso? Legs? Arms?
Was the word xeliar chosen just for its beginning-with-X properties? Yes Or is it an acronym/near acronym? Sadly it is not
If it is an acronym/near acronym, I will be very impressed.
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I continue to remain impressed by Balin's puzzle-solving ability, even if he is unable to create an acronym/near acronym beginning with x.
When xeliaring, are you inside? Outside? Do you need a certain amount of space to xeliar?
Is xeliaring a physical thing (like catching something)? Mental? Mixed?
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I continue to remain impressed by Balin's puzzle-solving ability, even if he is unable to create an acronym/near acronym beginning with x. Thank you! You've been doing well on the forum yourself
When xeliaring, are you inside? This Outside? Do you need a certain amount of space to xeliar? Yesish
Is xeliaring a physical thing Yes (like catching something)? But not this Mental? Mixed? No to these
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Do you need a prop to xeliar?
So, anyone can xeliar, right? Can any animal xeliar? Or only certain species?
Those who don't xeliar, do they not xeliar because of: ignorance? Just don't want to do it? Some other reason? Relevant?
Could an infant xeliar? A 100-year-old?
Does one need opposable thumbs to xeliar? Or does one just need the usual arms, legs, head, and torso?
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Do you need a prop to xeliar? Yes
So, anyone can xeliar, right? Pretty much, yes Can any animal xeliar? No Or only certain species? So yes
Those who don't xeliar, do they not xeliar because of: ignorance? Just don't want to do it? This and Some other reason? This Relevant? Not really
Could an infant xeliar? A 100-year-old? Both could, although the infant would be less likely to
Does one need opposable thumbs to xeliar? No Or does one just need the usual arms, legs, head, and torso? Yes, although even a person missing limbs could do this
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Would it help to determine which animals can xeliar? If so, are they: Mammals? Reptiles? Amphibians? Birds? Insects?

Do you need any of your limbs to xeliar? If so, arms? Legs?
Do you need to be able to speak to xeliar?

Would you have to be somewhat self-aware and intelligent to xeliar?
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Would it help to determine which animals can xeliar? If so, are they: Mammals? Reptiles? Amphibians? Birds? Insects? Don't focus on which animals can xeliar, but which ones do xeliar.

Do you need any of your limbs to xeliar? If so, arms? Legs? You just need to have a body.
Do you need to be able to speak to xeliar? No

Would you have to be somewhat self-aware and intelligent to xeliar? No
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Do you xeliar when you're: awake? Asleep? In bed? On the ground? Outside? Can you do it lying on your: back? Side? Stomach? Curled up in a ball? Can you xeliar in zero-g? While skydiving? Underwater?
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Do you xeliar when you're: awake? Asleep? This In bed? And this On the ground? Outside? Can you do it lying on your: back? Side? Stomach? These three Curled up in a ball? Can you xeliar in zero-g? While skydiving? Underwater?

All unanswered are No
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Okay then, which kinds of animals do xeliar? [LTPF list of different animal types]?
So, xeliaring is not a conscious choice?
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Okay then, which kinds of animals do xeliar? [LTPF list of different animal types]? More specific please
So, xeliaring is not a conscious choice? In my case, it is, although it can be either
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All right, are the animals: Mammals? Reptiles? Amphibians? Birds? Insects?
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All right, are the animals: Mammals? The ones I'm thinking of are mammals. Reptiles? Amphibians? Birds? Insects?

RECAP:

Xeliaring is an action done while sleeping; more specifically, while lying down on a bed.
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Sleep twitches?
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Sleep twitches? No. Remember that it is (at least in my case) done consciously.
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Are any of these needed in order to xeliar...
pillow? blanket? teddy bear? pajamas?

Could a person do this if their mouth was covered with duct tape?
Could a person do this if they were blind? Blindfolded?
Could a person do this with their hands tied behind their back?
Could a completely paralyzed person do this?
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So is it done while actually asleep, or while awake and trying to fall asleep?
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Are any of these needed in order to xeliar...
pillow? blanket? teddy bear? pajamas? No to all

Could a person do this if their mouth was covered with duct tape?
Could a person do this if they were blind? Blindfolded?
Could a person do this with their hands tied behind their back? Yes to all
Could a completely paralyzed person do this? Probably not

So is it done while actually asleep, or while awake and trying to fall asleep? Either. Or both.
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Faking sleep?
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Faking sleep? No
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Fall out of bed?
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Fall out of bed? No

HINT: Assume it's entirely a conscious act. That might help.
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Is this likely to happen soon after a person gets into bed to go to sleep for the night?
More likely to happen during the night?
More likely to happen shortly before the person awakens?
More likely to happen just before the person gets out of bed in the morning?
Is an alarm clock involved?
Does the action require any bodily movement?
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Is this likely to happen soon after a person gets into bed to go to sleep for the night? If a person chooses to xeliar, it starts here and goes throughout the night.
More likely to happen during the night?
More likely to happen shortly before the person awakens?
More likely to happen just before the person gets out of bed in the morning?
Is an alarm clock involved? No
Does the action require any bodily movement? YOPE
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Daydreaming/dreaming relevant?
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Does it relate to one's posture in bed? to how the pillow is positioned? to how many blankets are covering the body?
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Daydreaming/dreaming relevant?
Does it relate to one's posture in bed? This; No to rest to how the pillow is positioned? to how many blankets are covering the body?
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Mouth breathing vs. nose breathing?
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Laying on the back vs. stomach? Placing your arms in a particular place (e.g., under the pillow)? Having your head face down?
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Mouth breathing vs. nose breathing? No

Laying on the back vs. stomach? Placing your arms in a particular place (e.g., under the pillow)? Having your head face down? No to all
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Where one is in relation to the wall?
Do pets sometimes xeilar? What about wild animals? If my dog slept in the yard, could he xeilar? If I kept a lion in my house, could he xeilar?
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Where one is in relation to the wall? Not necessarily
Do pets sometimes xeilar? YES, and these are the animals I was thinking of. Specifically pet cats, because they're more frequently on the bed. What about wild animals? If my dog slept in the yard, could he xeilar? If I kept a lion in my house, could he xeilar? See prev
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When your pet shoves you to the edge of the bed and hogs it all for him/herself?
My pet dachshund does this. She goes over by the wall, then invades your personal space. You scoot over. She scoots over. Eventually you are balanced precariously on the edge. She immediately rotates 90 degrees to take up as much of the bed as possible, then turns on her 'gravity switch' to make herself impossible to pick up.
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When your pet shoves you to the edge of the bed and hogs it all for him/herself? No
My pet dachshund does this. She goes over by the wall, then invades your personal space. You scoot over. She scoots over. Eventually you are balanced precariously on the edge. She immediately rotates 90 degrees to take up as much of the bed as possible, OTRT then turns on her 'gravity switch' to make herself impossible to pick up.
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Bed-hogging? Whether conscious or unconscious?
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Bed-hogging? Not exactly Whether conscious or unconscious?
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Sheet-hogging? -hogging of some sort?
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A single person sleeping on a bed that's wide enough for two people, just to feel that the bed is extra-roomy? Sleeping on a bed that's too short, with your feet hanging over the edge?
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Sheet-hogging? No -hogging of some sort? Noish

A single person sleeping on a bed that's wide enough for two people, just to feel that the bed is extra-roomy? Not necessarily Sleeping on a bed that's too short, with your feet hanging over the edge? No
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Sleeping across the bed as opposed to the usual head-to-foot position?
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Once, I woke up and I had rotated 90 degrees so my head and feet were dangling off the bed. I was an extremely confused kitteh for a few moments.
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Sleeping across the bed as opposed to the usual head-to-foot position? Oh so close...

Once, I woke up and I had rotated 90 degrees so my head and feet were dangling off the bed. I was an extremely confused kitteh for a few moments. That's happened to me too. And that is almost the correct answer.
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Moving in your sleep? Fidgeting to get more comfortable?
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sleeping with your head at the foot of the bed, and your feet on the pillow?
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sleeping with your head at the foot of the bed, and your feet on the pillow? No; "across the bed" was closer.

Moving in your sleep? Fidgeting to get more comfortable? Neither
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sleeping with some part of you dangling over the edge?
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sleeping with some part of you dangling over the edge? Not necessarily.

Actually, I think Ixoye's earlier guess was close enough.

**********SPOILER**********

Xeliar (v): To sleep diagonally across a bed.

At school, my bed is up against a wall, and I'll sleep diagonally so I can stretch my legs against said wall while keeping my entire body on the bed. And I've heard of kittehs who will sleep diagonally on their hoomin's bed as well.

Nice work everyone. New puzzle soon.

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