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1  I am tired to-night, and want sleep.
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2  It was now dark, and I was tired and hungry.
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3  Had single watch to-night, as crew too tired to double.
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4  Last night tired me more than if I had not slept at all.
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5  Lucy was languid and tired, and slept on after we had been called.
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6  He and the others were out till dinner-time, and they all came in tired.
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7  Lucy was really tired, and we intended to creep off to bed as soon as we could.
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8  She complained a little of being tired, and I let her rest till later in the day.
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9  When we had gone about a mile, I was tired with the heavy walking and sat down to rest.
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10  We had left the child in safety, and were tired; so we all slept with more or less reality of sleep.
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11  I did what I could to brighten them up, and I suppose that the effort did me good, for I forgot how tired I was.
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12  Mina was looking tired and pale, but she made a gallant effort to be bright and cheerful, it wrung my heart to think that I had had to keep anything from her and so caused her inquietude.
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13  They say that people who are near death die generally at the change to the dawn or at the turn of the tide; any one who has when tired, and tied as it were to his post, experienced this change in the atmosphere can well believe it.
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