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He began to be too dazed to think clearly and ceased very much to care what would happen to him.
Dazed by the rapid succession of blows, Martin warned them back with vile and earnest curses sobbed out and groaned in ultimate desolation and despair.
Grose's dazed blink across to where I pointed struck me as a sovereign sign that she too at last saw, just as it carried my own eyes precipitately to the child.
Don Quixote rode completely dazed, unable with the aid of all his wits to make out what could be the meaning of these abusive names they called them, and the only conclusion he could arrive at was that there was no good to be hoped for and much evil to be feared.
The cool rushing current quickly brought him to his senses, howbeit he was still so dazed that he groped blindly for the swaying reeds to pull himself up on the bank.
He had been ebulliently active; now he was dull and spiritless--seemed to be dazed.
What is this trifle to this handful of old first families of Shechem who can name their fathers straight back without a flaw for thousands-- straight back to a period so remote that men reared in a country where the days of two hundred years ago are called "ancient" times grow dazed and bewildered when they try to comprehend it
He tore the gypsy from the arms of the dazed Quasimodo, threw her across his saddle, and at the moment when the terrible hunchback, recovering from his surprise, rushed upon him to regain his prey, fifteen or sixteen archers, who followed their captain closely, made their appearance, with their two-edged swords in their fists.
A DAZED woman walked out of a petrol station with stolen meat and wine.
Headway chief executive Peter McCabe said: "It is extremely concerning to hear a player admit to feeling dazed following a head injury yet not inform his medical team.
Police said the driver of the van was very dazed but not seriously injured.
DAZED Jonathan Sexton was targeted by the French BY PHIL BLANCHE WALES kicking coach Neil Jenkins accepts it will be difficult to protect Dan Biggar when France put the outside-half in the firing line next week.