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1  I am very sleepy and shall go to bed.
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2  She looked heavy and sleepy and pale, and far from well.
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3  I am not sleepy, and the work will help to keep me quiet.
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4  I write this now as I am not sleepy, though I must try again.
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5  I am not sleepy, and, as I am not to be called till I awake, naturally I write till sleep comes.
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6  When I had written in my diary and had fortunately replaced the book and pen in my pocket I felt sleepy.
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7  I am feeling very sleepy; the cold is perhaps beginning to tell upon me, and nature must have rest some time.
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8  I was too cold and too sleepy to be keenly observant, and not sleepy enough to betray my trust so altogether I had a dreary, miserable time.
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9  I was not so sleepy as I should have been; so before they went I asked Dr. Seward to give me a little opiate of some kind, as I had not slept well the night before.
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10  I was not then a bit sleepy, at least so I thought; but I must have fallen asleep, for, except dreams, I do not remember anything until the morning, when Jonathan woke me.
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11  I was not sleepy, as the long sleep yesterday had fortified me; but I could not help experiencing that chill which comes over one at the coming of the dawn, which is like, in its way, the turn of the tide.
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