1 Tom appeared from his oblivion as we were sitting down to supper together.
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2 And every time he was brought back from a moment of oblivion by a scream reaching him from the bedroom, he fell into the same strange terror that had come upon him the first minute.
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3 There had been a period of repose, and he had sunk into oblivion.
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4 The Gelerts and Hundons, evidently apprised of Bullock's departure before his resignation became public, left town abruptly, disappearing into that oblivion from which they had come.
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5 The sublimities, the perpetuities, might have left him as he was: but this tent pitched for a day's revelry spread a roof of oblivion between himself and his fixed sky.
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6 She must shut them out for a few hours; she must take a brief bath of oblivion.
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7 There would be shelter; voices; oblivion.
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8 Never fear, good people of an anxious turn of mind, that Art will consign Nature to oblivion.
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9 These were the last words spoken by the whelp, before a giddy drowsiness came upon him, followed by complete oblivion.
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10 Suffer me, also, madame," replied Villefort, "to add my earnest request to Mademoiselle de Saint-Meran's, that you will kindly allow the veil of oblivion to cover and conceal the past.
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11 Seek quietude and oblivion, so that you may return peaceably to France after a few years.
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12 Let her identity, her connection with yourself, be buried in oblivion: you are bound to impart them to no living being.
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13 I know likewise, that writers of travels, like dictionary-makers, are sunk into oblivion by the weight and bulk of those who come last, and therefore lie uppermost.
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14 Poor girl, she has so much to forget that it is no wonder that sleep, if it brings oblivion to her, does her good.
15 There were opium dens where one could buy oblivion, dens of horror where the memory of old sins could be destroyed by the madness of sins that were new.
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