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It has put a stupor upon every one who hears it, as well as upon the men who are playing it.
Gradually weariness grew upon me; a numbness, an occasional stupor, fell upon my mind even in the midst of my terrors, until sleep at last supervened and in my sea-tossed coracle I lay and dreamed of home and the old Admiral Benbow.
However they succeeded in rousing me from my stupor, and I dashed into the court-yard, followed closely by Amina, who made frantic dives at me, which I was not quick enough to dodge.
So she bled him, and he fell into a stupor which lasted nearly all that day, so that he awoke weak and exhausted from loss of blood.
Athanase sat still, with his eyes fixed on Madame du Ronceret's cards, in a stupor that might so well pass for indifference that Madame Granson herself was deceived about his feelings.
A sensation of stupor oppressed me, as my eyes followed her retreating steps.
Morison sank weakly to its bottom where he lay for long hours in partial stupor.
On the bed beside the window lay Jonathan Harker, his face flushed and breathing heavily as though in a stupor.
A deep stupor had taken hold of my mind: thought seemed to stand still.
She seemed, having shaken off the stupor of intoxication, to be striving to escape from her executioner.
In a kind of stupor I watched all hands take to the rigging, and slowly but surely she came round to the wind; the sails fluttered, and then bellied out as the wind came into them.
The Psychologist recovered from his stupor, and suddenly looked under the table.