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1  The dear fellow has been ill; that is why he did not write.
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2  I feared he might take it ill, he looked so fierce and nasty.
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3  I had almost forgotten in my own affairs how ill she was afterwards.
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4  At once I exulted and feared; for now, for good or ill, the end was near.
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5  I trust her feeling ill may not be from that unlucky prick of the safety-pin.
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6  That habit came back to the poor dear, and that awful night on the cliff must have made her ill.
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7  Mr. Holmwood has been suddenly called to Ring to see his father, who has been taken seriously ill.
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8  Lucy is ill; that is, she has no special disease, but she looks awful, and is getting worse every day.
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9  I was glad to see her paleness and her illness, for my mind was full of the fresh horror of that ruddy vampire sleep.
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10  There did not seem to be with her now the unconscious struggle for life and strength that had hitherto so marked her illness.
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11  I feared to wake her mother, who has been more than usually ill lately, so threw on some clothes and got ready to look for her.
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12  Even the lips were white, and the gums seemed to have shrunken back from the teeth, as we sometimes see in a corpse after a prolonged illness.
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13  Poor Art seemed more cheerful than he has been since Lucy first took ill, and Quincey is more like his own bright self than he has been for many a long day.
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14  Be careful with him always that there may be nothing to excite him of this kind for a long time to come; the traces of such an illness as his do not lightly die away.
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15  I used my knowledge of this phase of spiritual pathology, and laid down a rule that she should not be present with Lucy or think of her illness more than was absolutely required.
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16  In the hall I met Quincey Morris, with a telegram for Arthur telling him that Mrs. Westenra was dead; that Lucy also had been ill, but was now going on better; and that Van Helsing and I were with her.
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17  He is beginning to put some flesh on his bones again, but he was terribly weakened by the long illness; even now he sometimes starts out of his sleep in a sudden way and awakes all trembling until I can coax him back to his usual placidity.
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