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Gulliver's Travels
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  • They are so perpetually alarmed with the apprehensions of these, and the like impending dangers, that they can neither sleep quietly in their beds, nor have any relish for the common pleasures and amusements of life.

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  • impending doom
  • his impending retirement

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