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I contended that if the ether surrounding the earth was so toxic in one quarter that it produced dangerous symptoms, it was hardly likely that we three in the railway carriage should be entirely unaffected.
Half an hour passed away, and the favourable symptom yet blessed her.
Alarming symptoms were the immediate result of this 'imprudence,' as she mildly termed it - symptoms which had rather increased than diminished since; and this was the cause of her delay in writing to her brother.
Thus, at last, our hapless travellers, deprived of water in this torrid heat, began to feel symptoms of mental disorder.
Its operation indeed was most wonderfully quick; and in the short interval, while her maid was absent, so entirely removed all symptoms, that when Mrs Honour returned with a summons from her father, she was become perfectly easy, and had brought herself to a thorough indifference for Mr Jones.
The next morning, I grieve to say, all the bad symptoms came back; and none of the remedies employed have succeeded in getting the better of them yet.
The symptoms of Natasha's illness were that she ate little, slept little, coughed, and was always low-spirited.
I forget which was the first distemper I plunged into - some fearful, devastating scourge, I know - and, before I had glanced half down the list of "premonitory symptoms," it was borne in upon me that I had fairly got it.
The old pain over the heart and the other symptoms of the illness at Grimsby returned, and Anne was confined to her bed in the cottage.
He could not understand it; but there were symptoms of intelligence between themhe thought so at least symptoms of admiration on his side, which, having once observed, he could not persuade himself to think entirely void of meaning, however he might wish to escape any of Emma's errors of imagination.
Until the last day there were no symptoms in the least degree serious about the malady that had taken her.
But, after a lapse of time, symptoms appeared in the patient which revealed to his medical attendant the presence of serious internal injury.

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