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1  You're weak and nervous after your illness.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
Get Context   In CHAPTER XII
2  He was obviously very ill at ease, however.
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3  'That's when they're ill, Mrs. Mann,' said the beadle.
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4  'Swear the man,' growled Mr. Fang, with a very ill grace.
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5  'I think he really is ill, your worship,' remonstrated the officer.
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6  Oliver saw that she was very pale, and gently inquired if she were ill.
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7  She is very ill now,' rejoined Mrs. Maylies; 'and will be worse, I am sure.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
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8  But if she knew I was ill, she must have pitied me, even there; for she was very ill herself before she died.
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9  Rose had been very pale from the moment of his entrance; but that might have been the effect of her recent illness.
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10  Bidding the messenger walk fast, and not be all night hobbling up the stairs, she followed her from the room with a very ill grace, scolding all the way.
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11  I had forgotten it for a moment, Oliver, but I hope I may be pardoned, for I am old, and have seen enough of illness and death to know the agony of separation from the objects of our love.
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12  Because, my pretty cross-examiner,' replied the doctor: 'because, viewed with their eyes, there are many ugly points about it; he can only prove the parts that look ill, and none of those that look well.
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13  The simple fact was, that Oliver, instead of possessing too little feeling, possessed rather too much; and was in a fair way of being reduced, for life, to a state of brutal stupidity and sullenness by the ill usage he had received.
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14  The housebreaker was lying on the bed, wrapped in his white great-coat, by way of dressing-gown, and displaying a set of features in no degree improved by the cadaverous hue of illness, and the addition of a soiled nightcap, and a stiff, black beard of a week's growth.
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15  The boy was very ill, he said, and weak from the loss of blood; but his mind was so troubled with anxiety to disclose something, that he deemed it better to give him the opportunity, than to insist upon his remaining quiet until next morning: which he should otherwise have done.
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16  The old lady made no reply to this; but wiping her eyes first, and her spectacles, which lay on the counterpane, afterwards, as if they were part and parcel of those features, brought some cool stuff for Oliver to drink; and then, patting him on the cheek, told him he must lie very quiet, or he would be ill again.
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17  Charlotte treated him ill, because Noah did; and Mrs. Sowerberry was his decided enemy, because Mr. Sowerberry was disposed to be his friend; so, between these three on one side, and a glut of funerals on the other, Oliver was not altogether as comfortable as the hungry pig was, when he was shut up, by mistake, in the grain department of a brewery.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
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