suspension of consciousness

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Marner was highly thought of in that little hidden world, known to itself as the church assembling in Lantern Yard; he was believed to be a young man of exemplary life and ardent faith; and a peculiar interest had been centred in him ever since he had fallen, at a prayer-meeting, into a mysterious rigidity and suspension of consciousness, which, lasting for an hour or more, had been mistaken for death.
Your blood pressure plummets, and you end up with what the New Gould Medical Dictionary describes as a "temporary suspension of consciousness from cerebal anemia"--i.
This is often experienced as a suspension of consciousness, a space.
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