1 The box was given to Skinsky before sunrise.
2 I know there is sunrise because I am a sailor, why else I know not.
3 Van Helsing says that our chance will be to get on the boat between sunrise and sunset.
4 Like them we shall travel towards the sunrise; and like them, if we fall, we fall in good cause.
5 If he be not at the place whither he is bound, he can only change himself at noon or at exact sunrise or sunset.
6 The proof of this, is the letter of instructions sent to Immanuel Hildesheim to clear and take away the box before sunrise.
7 I shall be at hand all the night from sunset till after the sunrise, and if there be aught that may be learned I shall learn it.
8 I have given orders to the night attendant merely to shut him in the padded room, when once he is quiet, until an hour before sunrise.
9 We have only to make sure that the ship cannot come into port between sunset and sunrise without our being warned, and we shall be safe.
10 Before sunrise and sunset, however, she is very wakeful and alert; and it has become a habit for Van Helsing to hypnotise her at such times.
11 We must sterilise all the imported earth between sunrise and sunset; we shall thus catch the Count at his weakest, and without a refuge to fly to.
12 Our best hope is to come on him when in the box between sunrise and sunset; for then he can make no struggle, and we may deal with him as we should.
13 The hypnotic stage was even longer in coming than before; and when it came the time remaining until full sunrise was so short that we began to despair.
14 If, then, we can come on board after sunrise, he is at our mercy; for we can open the box and make sure of him, as we did of poor Lucy, before he wakes.
15 He had received a letter from Mr. de Ville of London, telling him to receive, if possible before sunrise so as to avoid customs, a box which would arrive at Galatz in the Czarina Catherine.
16 This mood or condition begins some half hour or more before actual sunrise or sunset, and lasts till either the sun is high, or whilst the clouds are still aglow with the rays streaming above the horizon.
17 We have of late come to understand that sunrise and sunset are to her times of peculiar freedom; when her old self can be manifest without any controlling force subduing or restraining her, or inciting her to action.
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