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1  I watched them with a sense of soothing, and a sort of calm stole over me.
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2  The sense of sleep was upon me, and with it the obstinacy which sleep brings as outrider.
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3  I felt the same vague terror which had come to me before and the same sense of some presence.
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4  There were dark, rolling clouds overhead, and in the air the heavy, oppressive sense of thunder.
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5  The soft moonlight soothed, and the wide expanse without gave a sense of freedom which refreshed me.
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6  And then I started, broad awake and in full possession of my senses, and ran screaming from the place.
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7  Again I waked with a sense of guilt and of time passed, and found Madam Mina still sleeping, and the sun low down.
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8  I shuddered as I bent over to touch him, and every sense in me revolted at the contact; but I had to search, or I was lost.
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9  We all felt a glad sense of relief when we saw the Professor calmly restoring the strings of putty to the edges of the door.
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10  Suddenly I became broad awake, and sat up, with a horrible sense of fear upon me, and of some feeling of emptiness around me.
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11  I was in doubt, and then everything took a hue of unreality, and I did not know what to trust, even the evidence of my own senses.
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12  There was some sense of freedom in the vast expanse, inaccessible though it was to me, as compared with the narrow darkness of the courtyard.
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13  He has denied to me since that it was hysterics, and insisted that it was only his sense of humour asserting itself under very terrible conditions.
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14  Sweet it was in one sense, honey-sweet, and sent the same tingling through the nerves as her voice, but with a bitter underlying the sweet, a bitter offensiveness, as one smells in blood.
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15  I am not at liberty to give you the whole of my reasons; but you may, I assure you, take it from me that they are good ones, sound and unselfish, and spring from the highest sense of duty.
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16  Again I felt that horrid sense of the reality of things, in which any effort of imagination seemed out of place; and I realised distinctly the perils of the law which we were incurring in our unhallowed work.
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