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adrenaline
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Angels & Demons
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  • Glick’s adrenaline was pumping now.
  • His lungs strained for oxygen as the adrenaline doubled his heart rate.
  • Fueled only by adrenaline, and barely conscious of his actions, he was suddenly running, hunched, head down, pounding across the front of the church to his right.
  • Langdon was hit by a surge of weariness, the adrenaline alone no longer enough to keep him alert.
  • The camerlegno began to feel the fog of wonder and adrenaline dissipating.

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  • The doctor prescribed Adrenalin.
  • Struggling, bursting with adrenaline, he finally found an open spot to get his feet under him and ran with all his power.
    James Dashner  --  The Maze Runner

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