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1  Then there came a sudden peace to me.
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2  At any time, even now, a sudden shock would be almost sure to kill her.
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3  I wish I could get some glimpse of his mind or of the cause of his sudden passion.
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4  The attendant thinks it is some sudden form of religious mania which has seized him.
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5  Harker evidently meant to try the matter, for he had ready his great Kukri knife and made a fierce and sudden cut at him.
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6  His face fell, and I could see a warning of danger in it, for there was a sudden fierce, sidelong look which meant killing.
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7  The coastguard ran aft, and when he came beside the wheel, bent over to examine it, and recoiled at once as though under some sudden emotion.
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8  I looked down once, so as to make sure that a sudden glimpse of the awful depth would not overcome me, but after that kept my eyes away from it.
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9  But presently I forget all of watching; and when I sudden remember that I watch, I find her lying quiet, but awake, and looking at me with so bright eyes.
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10  I thought it better to wait, however, before making so grave a statement, for of old I knew the sudden changes to which this particular patient was liable.
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11  Already the sudden storm is passing, and its fierceness is abating; crowds are scattering homeward, and the sky is beginning to redden over the Yorkshire wolds.
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12  At the first howl the horses began to strain and rear, but the driver spoke to them soothingly, and they quieted down, but shivered and sweated as though after a runaway from sudden fright.
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13  I think I drowse myself, for all of sudden I feel guilt, as though I have done something; I find myself bolt up, with the reins in my hand, and the good horses go along jog, jog, just as ever.
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14  He is beginning to put some flesh on his bones again, but he was terribly weakened by the long illness; even now he sometimes starts out of his sleep in a sudden way and awakes all trembling until I can coax him back to his usual placidity.
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15  With their going it seemed as if some evil presence had departed, for the dogs frisked about and barked merrily as they made sudden darts at their prostrate foes, and turned them over and over and tossed them in the air with vicious shakes.
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16  At times the mist cleared, and the sea for some distance could be seen in the glare of the lightning, which now came thick and fast, followed by such sudden peals of thunder that the whole sky overhead seemed trembling under the shock of the footsteps of the storm.
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17  I had a growing conviction that this sudden change of his entire intellectual method was but yet another form or phase of his madness, and so determined to let him go on a little longer, knowing from experience that he would, like all lunatics, give himself away in the end.
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