In fact, that lady did presently descend from her room, in double wonder at the noise and the subsequent cessation of Philip’s music.
The first thing that waked her to fuller consciousness was the cessation of the rain, and a perception that the darkness was divided by the faintest light, which parted the overhanging gloom from the immeasurable watery level below.
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An unusual pattern of sudden, effortless smoking cessation in long-term smokers may indicate the onset of lung cancer.