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1  The day has come, and Godalming is sleeping.
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2  Mina is sleeping now, calmly and sweetly like a little child.
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3  Lucy is sleeping soundly; the reflex of the dawn is high and far over the sea.
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4  He was sleeping soundly, and his heart rose and fell with regular respiration.
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5  When I came back from the window Lucy had lain down again, and was sleeping peacefully.
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6  She was still sleeping, and the Professor seemingly had not moved from his seat at her side.
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7  I cannot leave her, and I am alone, save for the sleeping servants, whom some one has drugged.
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8  She had been restless all the morning, so that we were at first glad to know that she was sleeping.
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9  At times she slept, and both Van Helsing and I noticed the difference in her, between sleeping and waking.
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10  Lucy was sleeping gently, but her breathing was stronger; I could see the counterpane move as her breast heaved.
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11  He very kindly made me up a sleeping draught, which he gave to me, telling me that it would do me no harm, as it was very mild.
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12  Towards morning I slept and was wakened by the continuous knocking at my door, so I guess I must have been sleeping soundly then.
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13  She lay like a sleeping child for a few moments, and then, with a long sigh, awoke and stared in wonder to see us all around her.
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14  Mina is now sleeping like a little child; it is a wonderful thing that her faculty of sleep remains to her in the midst of her terrible trouble.
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15  When, however, her husband mentioned casually that she was sleeping so soundly that he could not wake her, we went to her room to see for ourselves.
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16  I am a new man this morning; and, as I sit here and watch him sleeping, I can do all that is necessary both as to minding the engine, steering, and keeping watch.
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17  There was no possibility of making any mistake about this, for in the long hours that followed, she had many spells of sleeping and waking and repeated both actions many times.
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