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freed from illness or injury


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found after being lost

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We drove sullenly through Brienz, dead to the seductions of its bewildering array of Swiss carvings and the clamorous HOO-hooing of its cuckoo clocks, and had not entirely recovered our spirits when we rattled across a bridge over the rushing blue river and entered the pretty town of Interlaken.
The occupation resumed under the influence of this passing affliction so happily recovered from," said Mr.
In the course of two or three hours, however, he sat up, and was sufficiently recovered to tell me what had occurred.
After a few minutes he seemed to have quite recovered his SANG FROID, and was able to use his brains to the end which he had in view.
But despite the fact that the doctors treated him, bled him, and gave him medicines to drink, he recovered.
The mother left with her son, and a month later the boy recovered, and the fame of the holy healing power of the starets Sergius (as they now called him) spread throughout the whole district.
Gryphus recovered from his swoon, opened his eyes, and as his brutality was returning with his senses, he growled "That's it, a fellow is in a hurry to bring to a prisoner his supper, and falls and breaks his arm, and is left lying on the ground.
We only know that her mind never recovered the terror of it.
I never befo' seen such a cyclone as dat," he exclaimed as soon as he had recovered his breath.
When I had somewhat recovered from the dazing effect of the transition from uproar to silence, my first impulse was to reopen the door which I had closed, and from the knob of which I was not conscious of having removed my hand; I felt it distinctly, still in the clasp of my fingers.
In one mysterious moment my memory recovered its powers.
Many lusty blows, much more pleasant as well as easy to have seen, than to read or describe, were given on both sides: at last a violent fall, in which Jones had thrown his knees into Thwackum's breast, so weakened the latter, that victory had been no longer dubious, had not Blifil, who had now recovered his strength, again renewed the fight, and by engaging with Jones, given the parson a moment's time to shake his ears, and to regain his breath.
He recovered himself at the very moment when the voice of Countess Lidia Ivanovna was saying "he's asleep.
By slow degrees he recovered and ate a little soup, which restored him wonderfully.
We know only too well what the consequence would be, for we know that she has never recovered her memory of what happened to her in London.