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1  At sunset she made the usual hypnotic report.
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2  When I saw the signs of the dawn I got ready for the hypnotism.
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3  Mrs. Harker yielded to the hypnotic influence even less readily than this morning.
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4  This time she wake with not much trouble, and then I try to put her to hypnotic sleep.
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5  We must try to-night at sunset to make her speak more fully when in her hypnotic state.
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6  I thought that it was another occasion for hypnotism, and without question went for the Professor.
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7  Knowing of the increasing difficulty of procuring the hypnotic trance, Van Helsing began his passes earlier than usual.
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8  Thus we shall have two more hypnotic messages from Mrs. Harker; either or both may possibly throw more light on what is happening.
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9  I made a couch with furs, and Madam Mina, lying down, yield herself as usual, but more slow and more short time than ever, to the hypnotic sleep.
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10  The hypnotic stage was even longer in coming than before; and when it came the time remaining until full sunrise was so short that we began to despair.
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11  Van Helsing examines, he tells me, her teeth very carefully, whilst she is in the hypnotic condition, for he says that so long as they do not begin to sharpen there is no active danger of a change in her.
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12  When the usual time came round Mrs. Harker prepared herself for her hypnotic effort; and after a longer and more serious effort on the part of Van Helsing than has been usually necessary, she sank into the trance.
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