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used in Chasing Lincoln's Killer

5 uses
  • He examined Booth, who lapsed in and out of consciousness.
    p. 176.7
  • Confined to his bed since a terrible carriage accident the week before, Seward drifted in and out of consciousness.
    p. 46.2
  • His eyes were closed, he was unconscious.
    p. 67.7
  • That was not all — Augustus Seward had been stabbed and his brother, Frederick, was unconscious from a crushed skull; brave Sergeant Robinson had endured multiple stab wounds.
    p. 82.2
  • The others laid the unconscious body across the mattress.
    p. 86.1

There are no more uses of "conscious" in Chasing Lincoln's Killer.

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