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Amy and Grace fought off the dizziness that was stealing over them and leaned forward.
The warmth of the flowing blood and the site of the shocking butchery made Fergan reel with dizziness.
Fortunately, it turned out to be nothing but a mere dizziness resulting from exposure to the sun.
After spending an hour or two in an atmosphere of this kind, we found ourselves perceptibly affected with languor and dizziness.
A dizziness came upon him, and he knew he was on the verge of falling.
Barrent walked on, beginning to feel the first signs of dizziness.
At first he was bothered by dizziness, but that soon disappeared.
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Suddenly a great dizziness took possession of him; he stretched out his hand wildly.
The dizziness of the thought made it difficult for Bernald to preserve the balance of the supper-plates he was distributing.
Roma's dizziness increased, and to save herself from falling she caught at a side-table that stood under the bust.

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