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1  "You can come in," the nurse said.
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2  "If it helps you," the nurse said.
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3  The nurse called Miss Gage giggled.
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4  "You can go too," I said to the nurse.
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5  Rinaldi was talking with the other nurse.
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6  We looked at Rinaldi talking with the other nurse.
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7  I heard the door open and looked and it was a nurse.
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8  "I must do something for Madame, now," the nurse said.
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9  "The first labor is usually protracted," the nurse said.
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10  "You have plenty of time for breakfast," the nurse said.
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11  I just couldn't stand the nurse's-eveningoff aspect of it.
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12  He held his cap in his hand and looked at the elderly nurse.
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13  Her hair was loose and half-falling and she wore a nurse's dress.
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14  Remove the dressings, please, nurse, the house doctor said to Miss Gage.
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15  She went out of the room and came back with the old nurse of the early morning.
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16  She wore what seemed to me to be a nurse's uniform, was blonde and had a tawny skin and gray eyes.
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17  They would not let us go out together when I was off crutches because it was unseemly for a nurse to be seen unchaperoned with a patient who did not look as though he needed attendance, so we were not together much in the afternoons.
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