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Ponocrates, after he had a while rubbed his noddle and shaken his ears, asked how one might avoid dog-sleep.
In the trench at night, when fever and rheumatism kept him from the dog-sleep that other men were snatching, he would hear her crying over and over: "Oh, cruel, to break a poor girl's heart!"
He planted his bristly chin upon his folded arms, and closed his eyes in a kind of dog-sleep.
Alas! with the maid in the Gospel, he is not dead, but sleepeth; or rather, he sleepeth not, but only shutteth his eyes in dog-sleep, and doth awake when he seeth his advantage, and snappeth up many a lamb out of our flocks.
So he made the best of his plaid, and picked a softish place, and went off into a sort of dog-sleep, which lasted at intervals through the short summer night.
But my sleep distressed me more than my watching, for beside the tumultuousness of my dreams (which were only not so awful as those which I shall have to describe hereafter as produced by opium), my sleep was never more than what is called _dog-sleep_; so that
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