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1  You would first take a sun cure.
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2  You must first have the wounds exposed to the sun.
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3  The sun was going down and the day was cooling off.
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4  The drops fell very slowly, as they fall from an icicle after the sun has gone.
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5  The sun came out once before it went down and shone on the bare woods beyond the ridge.
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6  It was hot walking through the town but the sun was starting to go down and it was very pleasant.
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7  Outside the sun was up over the roofs and I could see the points of the cathedral with the sunlight on them.
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8  The battery in the next garden woke me in the morning and I saw the sun coming through the window and got out of the bed.
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9  I could look down through the woods and see, far below, with the sun on it, the line of the river that separated the two armies.
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10  There was a little shelter of green branches outside over the entrance and in the dark the night wind rustled the leaves dried by the sun.
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11  In the bed of the river there were pebbles and boulders, dry and white in the sun, and the water was clear and swiftly moving and blue in the channels.
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12  The sun was going down and looking up along the bank as we drove I saw the Austrian observation balloons above the hills on the other side dark against the sunset.
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13  It came very fast and the sun went a dull yellow and then everything was gray and the sky was covered and the cloud came on down the mountain and suddenly we were in it and it was snow.
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14  Jt was warm and like the spring and I walked down the alleyway of trees, warmed from the sun on the wall, and found we still lived in the same house and that it all looked the same as when I had left it.
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15  The door was open, there was a soldier sitting on a bench outside in the sun, an ambulance was waiting by the side door and inside the door, as I went in, there was the smell of marble floors and hospital.
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16  We went along the rough new military road that followed the crest of the ridge and I looked to the north at the two ranges of mountains, green and dark to the snow-line and then white and lovely in the sun.
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17  She came in looking fresh and lovely and sat on the bed and the sun rose while I had the thermometer in my mouth and we smelled the dew on the roofs and then the coffee of the men at the gun on the next roof.
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