Sandman



noun, plural sandmen.
1.
the man who, in fairy tales or folklore, puts sand in the eyes of children to make them sleepy.
noun (pl) -men
1.
(in folklore) a magical person supposed to put children to sleep by sprinkling sand in their eyes

The DoD requirements that led to APSE.

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