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1  Allowing his head to sink upon his two hands, he pretended to sleep.
The Three Musketeers By Alexandre Dumas
Get Context   In 27 THE WIFE OF ATHOS
2  She was pale, and looked fatigued, either from tears or want of sleep.
The Three Musketeers By Alexandre Dumas
Get Context   In 36 DREAM OF VENGEANCE
3  Sleeplessness inflamed my eyes; I had not dared to sleep a single instant.
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Get Context   In 56 CAPTIVITY: THE FIFTH DAY
4  External existence then resembles a sleep of which this thought is the dream.
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Get Context   In 26 ARAMIS AND HIS THESIS
5  He was at that period of intoxication in which vulgar drinkers fall on the floor and go to sleep.
The Three Musketeers By Alexandre Dumas
Get Context   In 27 THE WIFE OF ATHOS
6  Porthos, at the sound of that voice, started like a man awakened from a sleep of a hundred years.
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Get Context   In 29 HUNTING FOR THE EQUIPMENTS
7  Of all that passed in that sleep, or the time which glided away while it lasted, I have no remembrance.
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Get Context   In 56 CAPTIVITY: THE FIFTH DAY
8  My mind appeared to strive in vain to shake off the heavy darkness of the sleep from which I could not rouse myself.
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Get Context   In 56 CAPTIVITY: THE FIFTH DAY
9  The young man was more pale than usual, and his eyes, reddened by want of sleep, denoted that he had passed a feverish night.
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Get Context   In 55 CAPTIVITY: THE FOURTH DAY
10  Pardon, my dear Monsieur Bonacieux, if I don't stand upon ceremony," said d'Artagnan, "but nothing makes one so thirsty as want of sleep.
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Get Context   In 25 PORTHOS
11  At this moment Planchet entered, to inform his master that the horses were sufficiently refreshed and that it would be possible to sleep at Clermont.
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Get Context   In 25 PORTHOS
12  They had, besides, to look constantly to their own proper safety; Milady was a phantom which, when it had once appeared to people, did not allow them to sleep very quietly.
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Get Context   In 48 A FAMILY AFFAIR
13  D'Artagnan, be it remembered, was only twenty years old, and at that age sleep has its imprescriptible rights which it imperiously insists upon, even with the saddest hearts.
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Get Context   In 24 THE PAVILION
14  The host replied that he had no other worthy of their Excellencies; but the travelers declared they would sleep in the common chamber, each on a mattress which might be thrown upon the ground.
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Get Context   In 20 THE JOURNEY
15  He was compelled, then, after having swallowed the contents of his bottle, to pass the time as well as to evade suspicion, to fall into the easiest position in his corner and to sleep, whether well or ill.
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Get Context   In 24 THE PAVILION
16  After this, satisfied with the way in which he had conducted himself at Meung, without remorse for the past, confident in the present, and full of hope for the future, he retired to bed and slept the sleep of the brave.
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Get Context   In 1 THE THREE PRESENTS OF D'ARTAGNAN THE ELDER
17  He examined himself to see if advantage had been taken of his sleep, and having found his diamond ring on his finger, his purse in his pocket, and his pistols in his belt, he rose, paid for his bottle, and went out to try if he could have any better luck in his search after his lackey than he had had the night before.
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Get Context   In 24 THE PAVILION
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