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Deputations from all corners of the Union harassed him without cessation or intermission.
As it was, spray and spume came aboard in such quantities that I bailed without cessation.
Sowerberry was much tickled at this: as of course he ought to be; and laughed a long time without cessation.
A dull, slow journey--a movement imperceptible to any eye-- but it was proceeding, nevertheless, and without cessation.
A sound in the room caught her ear -- the monotonous rustling of a woman's dress, now distant, now near; passing without cessation from end to end over the floor -- a sound which told her that Magdalen was pacing to and fro in the secrecy of her own chamber.
But at night it had come on to rain in torrents, and all night long it had rained without cessation.
Equally, when he lay still and staring, he would repeat it for hours without cessation, but then, always in a tone of subdued warning and horror.
The apartment was very far removed from the old man's chamber, but Mr Quilp deemed it prudent, as a precaution against infection from fever, and a means of wholesome fumigation, not only to smoke, himself, without cessation, but to insist upon it that his legal friend did the like.
Come on,' cried the cabman, who had been sparring without cessation the whole time.
Savoy Energy's lease extends for as long as the company conducts operations without cessation for more than 120 days.
The Champagne was enjoyed this time, not sprayed without cessation.
Of those three cases, one subject had been taking outrageously large doses of C-17 oral anabolics without cessation for five years, and a second case was more indicative of classic liver malignancy.