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1  You know I have had brain fever, and that is to be mad.
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2  My brain seemed to become cool again, and I realised where I was.
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3  I wish you would take yourself and your idiotic brain theories somewhere else.
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4  He has been under our care for nearly six weeks, suffering from a violent brain fever.
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5  The thought that has been buzzing about my brain lately is complete, and the theory proved.
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6  I have something that I must say before I die; or before my poor crushed brain dies anyhow.
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7  He had a mighty brain, a learning beyond compare, and a heart that knew no fear and no remorse.
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8  His brain and his heart are all right; this I swear, before I have even seen him; so be at rest.
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9  The suffusion of the brain will increase quickly, so we must trephine at once or it may be too late.
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10  He has had some terrible shock, and I fear it might tax his poor brain if he were to try to recall it.
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11  Well, in him the brain powers survived the physical death; though it would seem that memory was not all complete.
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12  In a hard and warlike time he was celebrate that he have more iron nerve, more subtle brain, more braver heart, than any man.
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13  For two nights I had hardly had a wink of sleep, and my brain was beginning to feel that numbness which marks cerebral exhaustion.
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14  I thought and thought what should be my next move, but my brain seemed on fire, and I waited with a despairing feeling growing over me.
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15  for now, feeling as though my own brain were unhinged or as if the shock had come which must end in its undoing, I turn to my diary for repose.
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16  I was very anxious about him, and I was powerless to act; my feet, and my hands, and my brain were weighted, so that nothing could proceed at the usual pace.
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17  My brain was all in a whirl, and only that there came through all the multitude of horrors, the holy ray of light that my dear, dear Lucy was at last at peace, I do not think I could have borne it without making a scene.
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