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1  It was hours before he got to sleep.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer By Mark Twain
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXIII
2  Well, if I don't want you in the daytime, I'll let you sleep.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXVIII
3  But at last she was still, only moaning a little in her sleep.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XV
4  Fatigue bore so heavily upon Becky that she drowsed off to sleep.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXI
5  I went to sleep reading in bed and slept straight through all that noise.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXX
6  Another tedious wait at the spring and another long sleep brought changes.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXI
7  The marvel of Nature shaking off sleep and going to work unfolded itself to the musing boy.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XIV
8  Then conscience granted a truce, and these curiously inconsistent pirates fell peacefully to sleep.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XIII
9  The Terror of the Seas and the Black Avenger of the Spanish Main had more difficulty in getting to sleep.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XIII
10  The pipe dropped from the fingers of the Red-Handed, and he slept the sleep of the conscience-free and the weary.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XIII
11  Pap used to sleep there, sometimes, 'long with the hogs, but laws bless you, he just lifts things when he snores.'
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Get Context   In CHAPTER X
12  Then Tom hid himself away in a shady nook to sleep till noon, and the other pirates got ready to fish and explore.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XV
13  The inmates were asleep, but it was a sleep that was set on a hair-trigger, on account of the exciting episode of the night.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXX
14  As the sun began to steal in upon the boys, drowsiness came over them, and they went out on the sandbar and lay down to sleep.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XVI
15  All that they knew was, that after what seemed a mighty stretch of time, both awoke out of a dead stupor of sleep and resumed their miseries once more.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXI
16  Four times he had his hands on that rich treasure and four times it wasted to nothingness in his fingers as sleep forsook him and wakefulness brought back the hard reality of his misfortune.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXVII
17  They dried their boiled ham and had a feast, and after that they sat by the fire and expanded and glorified their midnight adventure until morning, for there was not a dry spot to sleep on, anywhere around.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XVI
18  I couldn't sleep, and so I come along upstreet 'bout midnight, a-turning it all over, and when I got to that old shackly brick store by the Temperance Tavern, I backed up agin the wall to have another think.'
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXX
19  Part of the little raft's belongings consisted of an old sail, and this they spread over a nook in the bushes for a tent to shelter their provisions; but they themselves would sleep in the open air in good weather, as became outlaws.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XIII
20  They had paddled over to the Missouri shore on a log, at dusk on Saturday, landing five or six miles below the village; they had slept in the woods at the edge of the town till nearly daylight, and had then crept through back lanes and alleys and finished their sleep in the gallery of the church among a chaos of invalided benches.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XVIII