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1  Cannot eat, cannot rest, so diary instead.
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2  We want sleep, both you and I, and rest to recuperate.
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3  I am over-excited and weary, and I need rest, rest, rest.
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4  We wanted Arthur to go to rest also, but he refused at first.
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5  Come in; the night air is chill, and you must need to eat and rest.
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6  In particular, by some trick of the light, the canine teeth looked longer and sharper than the rest.
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7  You have saved her life this time, and you can go home and rest easy in mind that all that can be is.
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8  Go into the room, and lie on your sofa, and rest awhile; then have much breakfast, and come here to me.
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9  I must not confuse them with experiences which will have to rest on my own observation, or my memory of them.
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10  The poor fellow was laid to rest quite near our seat so that we stood on it when the time came and saw everything.
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11  He must then go home and rest, sleep much and eat much, that he may be recruited of what he has so given to his love.
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12  I let him take the helm, while the rest began thorough search, all keeping abreast, with lanterns: we left no corner unsearched.
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13  For the rest, his ears were pale, and at the tops extremely pointed; the chin was broad and strong, and the cheeks firm though thin.
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14  It was only when I told him that we should want him to help us during the day, and that we must not all break down for want of rest, lest Lucy should suffer, that he agreed to go.
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15  You shall, I trust, rest here with me awhile, so that by our talking I may learn the English intonation; and I would that you tell me when I make error, even of the smallest, in my speaking.
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16  Here was a poor girl putting aside the terrors which she naturally had of death to go watch alone by the bier of the mistress whom she loved, so that the poor clay might not be lonely till laid to eternal rest.
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17  The strangest figures we saw were the Slovaks, who were more barbarian than the rest, with their big cow-boy hats, great baggy dirty-white trousers, white linen shirts, and enormous heavy leather belts, nearly a foot wide, all studded over with brass nails.
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