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1  The whistles are sounding; we are nearing Galatz.
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2  Mina sleeps soundly and her breathing is regular.
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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  Retired worn out; slept soundly; awaked by mate telling me that both man of watch and steersman missing.
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6  The baying of the wolves sounded nearer and nearer, as though they were closing round on us from every side.
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7  Indeed, I can quite understand the effect, for the sounds disturbed even me, though I was some distance away.
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8  The sounds seemed to have awakened the maids, too, for I could hear their bare feet pattering outside my door.
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9  I must have slept long and soundly, for it was broad daylight when Van Helsing waked me by coming into my room.
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10  I could almost hear the beating of my own heart; and the blood surging through my temples sounded like blows from a hammer.
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11  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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12  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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13  I must have slept soundly, for I was not waked by Jonathan coming to bed; but the sleep has not refreshed me, for to-day I feel terribly weak and spiritless.
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