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1  He would have given up his own bed, but his wife was ill.
The Jungle By Upton Sinclair
Get Context   In Chapter 29
2  It would have been better if Jurgis had been really ill; if he had not been able to think.
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3  They all had to go, even little Stanislovas, who was ill from overindulgence in sausages and sarsaparilla.
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4  He had not eaten since morning, and he felt weak and ill; with a sudden throb of hope he recollected he was only a few blocks from the saloon where he had been wont to eat his dinner.
The Jungle By Upton Sinclair
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5  Harper did not appear, however, until after the prisoner, feeling very weak and ill, had been hailed into court and remanded at five hundred dollars' bail to await the result of his victim's injuries.
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6  His mind would hang upon the worst possibilities; he saw Ona ill and tortured, Marija out of her place, little Stanislovas unable to get to work for the snow, the whole family turned out on the street.
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7  Jurgis had given them so many instructions and warned them against so many perils, that the women were quite pale with fright, and even the imperturbable delicatessen vender, who prided himself upon being a businessman, was ill at ease.
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8  They are penned up in filthy houses and left to rot and stew in misery, and the conditions of their life make them ill faster than all the doctors in the world could heal them; and so, of course, they remain as centers of contagion, poisoning the lives of all of us, and making happiness impossible for even the most selfish.
The Jungle By Upton Sinclair
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