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1  That is one of the things that we learn in an asylum, at any rate.
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2  You return home for to-night to your asylum, and see that all be well.
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3  His request was that I would at once release him from the asylum and send him home.
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4  As we passed across the lawn on our way to the station to catch our train we could see the front of the asylum.
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5  She knew, of course, that the place was a lunatic asylum, but I could see that she was unable to repress a shudder when we entered.
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6  There are but few houses close at hand, one being a very large house only recently added to and formed into a private lunatic asylum.
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7  Since I myself have been an inmate of a lunatic asylum, I cannot but notice that the sophistic tendencies of some of its inmates lean towards the errors of non causa and ignoratio elenchi.
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8  All at once that shifty look came into his eyes which we always see when a madman has seized an idea, and with it the shifty movement of the head and back which asylum attendants come to know so well.
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9  It is now after the dinner-hour of the asylum, and as yet my patient sits in a corner brooding, with a dull, sullen, woe-begone look in his face, which seems rather to indicate than to show something directly.
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