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1  This morning I am horribly weak.
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2  It was terribly weak, and looked quite emaciated.
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3  This, in fact, marked the extent of her weakness.
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4  She was not asleep, but she was simply too weak to make the effort.
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5  All this weakness comes to me in sleep; until I dread the very thought.
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6  I have had a terrible dream, and it has left me so weak that I cannot move.
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7  I felt very weak, and in the weakness lost something of the amazement at what had occurred.
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8  I felt very weak, and in the weakness lost something of the amazement at what had occurred.
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9  When I managed to restore her she was as weak as water, and cried silently between long, painful struggles for breath.
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10  And, my dear, when he kissed me, and drew me to him with his poor weak hands, it was like a very solemn pledge between us.
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11  It is all dark and horrid to me, for I can remember nothing; but I am full of vague fear, and I feel so weak and worn out.
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12  You are sick and weak, and have had much sorrow and much mental pain, as well as that tax on your strength that we know of.
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13  Thus in the end we may find him in his form of man between the hours of noon and sunset, and so engage with him when he is at his most weak.
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14  I have been so miserably weak, that to be able to think and move about is like feeling sunshine after a long spell of east wind out of a steel sky.
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15  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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16  I feared that the heavy odour would be too much for the dear child in her weak state, so I took them all away and opened a bit of the window to let in a little fresh air.
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17  I suppose it is that sickness and weakness are selfish things and turn our inner eyes and sympathy on ourselves, whilst health and strength give Love rein, and in thought and feeling he can wander where he wills.
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