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“Towards morning Philip's second in command, a border knight from near Berkeley named Guy Camville, touched him on the shoulder, rousing him out of a half-doze of exhaustion, and told him to get away into comparative quiet in the keep, and snatch a couple of hours of honest sleep, while it was possible.”
“If Norah doesn't untwist them pearls, she's gonna kill the half-doze brain cells she's functioning on.”
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“The heat put me into a half-doze and I began dreamily to wonder what other people were doing.”
“The sound of someone running and voices raised in anger snapped her out of her half-doze.”
“One day when Thea was in a restless half-doze, I unearthed a photograph in her scrapbook that had been lodged behind another.”
“Call had relaxed and slipped into a half-doze by the time Therese Wanz got around to the extraction of his nose hairs.”
“Brother Rhys was in his privileged place by the fire, hunched in his chair in a contented half-doze, but awake enough to open one eye pretty sharply at every movement and word around him.”
“He felt himself drifting off into a half-doze, and didn't even try to stop himself.”
“She propped herself up with their packs and saddles, and allowed herself to fall into a half-doze.”
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