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The gaunt lonesomeness of this Midnight Hour, in the ugly universal _snoring_ hum of the overfilled deep-sunk Posterity of Adam, renders an articulate speaker precious indeed!
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For a time after St. Genis left him he had watched the long straight road with dull, unseeing eyes-he had seen the first convoy, overfilled with wounded men lying huddled on heaped-up straw, and had thanked God that he was lying on this exquisitely soft carpet made of thousands of tiny green plants-moss, grass, weeds, young tendrils and growing buds and opening leaves that were delicious to the touch.
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Next he crept on his hands and knees through an overfilled butcher's shop; there was meat, nothing but meat, wherever he stepped; this was the heart of a rich, respectable man, whose name is doubtless in the directory.
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The bag or ice cap must not be overfilled and must not be heavy, as the patient often cannot stand pressure over the pericardium.
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The lungs on the least exertion are always a little overfilled with blood.
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A most valuable aid in dropsies due to heart deficiencies is the so- called dry diet, which means that as little liquid as possible should be taken in order that the patient's blood may resorb the exudate in the tissues and not have the blood vessels filled or overfilled with liquid from the gastro-intestinal tract.
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When an improved peripheral circulation is desired, and especially when a reduction of the pressure in the heart is desired and a diminished amount of blood in overfilled arteries is indicated, the value of the sitzbath, hot foot-baths, warm liquids (not hot) in the stomach, and warm, moist applications to the abdomen should all be remembered.
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By diminishing the fluids taken, the work of the heart is diminished, as the blood vessels are not overfilled and may be even underfilled.
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If the heart is weak and there have been signs of myocardial weakness or loss of compensation, the sudden loss of abdominal pressure after delivery may allow the blood vessels of the abdomen to become so overfilled as to cause serious cerebral anemia and cardiac paralysis.
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Dilatation of the heart occurs when there is increased resistance to the outflow of the blood front the ventricle, or when the ventricle is overfilled with blood and the muscular wall is unable to compete with the increased work thrown on it.
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But is it really truer, more loyal for us to work out a long probation in grooves that are already overfilled than to marry quietly abroad and fill the places that have need of us?
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The inspector said that he was taken ill in the morning, but that the old man had long been suffering with pains in the stomach, but could not be removed, as the infirmary had been overfilled for a long time.
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A proud, deeply-rooted, ancient, for a long time secretly growing,—and what is more frightful than all,—a religious rage boils between the lines, bubbling over and escaping from the overfilled vessel of violence and vengeance, already approaching complete triumph.
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Examples of Overfilled

Example #1
Watchman, what sayest thou, then?
Example #2
I really am persuaded it will do yourself good; and to me I know right well, and have always known, what it will do.
Example #3
He had quite forgotten that he was wounded-neither his head nor his leg nor his arm seemed to hurt him now: and he was able to think in peace of Crystal and of her happiness.
Example #4
Through the roar of distant cannonade, Bobby had slept.
Example #5
The churches there are almost entirely built of hewn blocks of stone, each like a piece of rock.
Example #6
Then he entered the heart of this man's wife; it was an old, tumble-down pigeon-house; the husband's portrait served as a weather-cock; it was connected with all the doors, which opened and shut just as the husband's decision turned.