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1  There were a few feathers about the room and on his pillow a drop of blood.
Dracula By Bram Stoker
Get Context   In CHAPTER VI
2  My life is hers, and I would give the last drop of blood in my body for her.
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3  I got a ladder myself, and crossing the wall, dropped down on the other side.
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4  The great drops of sweat sprang from his forehead, and his breath came in broken gasps.
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5  The leaves were turning to all kinds of beautiful colours, but had not yet begun to drop from the trees.
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6  It was a slight matter in itself, but it gave me an evident chance, and I secured a few drops of the blood and have analysed them.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IX
7  We took Lucy into another room, which had by now been prepared, and laid her in bed and forced a few drops of brandy down her throat.
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8  When she raised it, his white night-robe was stained with blood where her lips had touched, and where the thin open wound in her neck had sent forth drops.
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9  I must have pinched up a piece of loose skin and have transfixed it, for there are two little red points like pin-pricks, and on the band of her nightdress was a drop of blood.
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10  The setting sun, low down in the sky, was just dropping behind Kettleness; the red light was thrown over on the East Cliff and the old abbey, and seemed to bathe everything in a beautiful rosy glow.
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11  Strangely enough those pursued did not seem to realise, or at least to care, that they were pursued; they seemed, however, to hasten with redoubled speed as the sun dropped lower and lower on the mountain tops.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXVII