1 She was beyond caring who saw her, beyond anything except a fiery desire to kill him, but dizziness was sweeping her.
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2 The brutality of the thrust gave her the sense of dizziness that follows on a physical blow.
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3 About three o'clock of that day, I broke down; my strength failed me; I was seized with a violent aching of the head, attended with extreme dizziness; I trembled in every limb.
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4 Suddenly, however, as I ran, a deadly dizziness and sickness came over me.
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5 I'm slightly unwell, an attack of dizziness, I haven't been able to get up.
6 His face tingled and he felt dizzy, as if he had stopped in at the Starkfield saloon on a zero day for a drink.
7 When she reached Wesley Chapel, she was breathless and dizzy and sick at her stomach.
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8 He pressed her head back hard against his shoulder and she had a dizzy glimpse of his face.
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9 For a dizzy moment she thought what childbearing meant, the nausea that tore her, the tedious waiting, the thickening of her figure, the hours of pain.
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10 Carol was dizzy with music and the emotions of parting.
11 The sunshine was dizzy on open stubble; shadows from immense cumulus clouds were forever sliding across low mounds; and the sky was wider and loftier and more resolutely blue than the sky of cities.
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12 So brilliant was the snow-glare that when she entered the house she saw the door-knobs, the newspaper on the table, every white surface as dazzling mauve, and her head was dizzy in the pyrotechnic dimness.
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13 She found Olaf abed, restless from a slight fever, and Bea flushed and dizzy but trying to keep up her work.
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14 Maud, it seemed, was slightly dizzy from the swim.
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15 To the north stretched the limpid, and, as it appeared from that dizzy height, the narrow sheet of the "holy lake," indented with numberless bays, embellished by fantastic headlands, and dotted with countless islands.
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