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" ... energy due to the scarcity of oxygen at these high altitudes. We were conscious of a distinct decline in strength on the last two days, and after six consecutive days of hard work and five sleepless nights every one felt an irresistible desire to... "
Peaks and Glaciers of Nun Kun: A Record of Pioneer-exploration and ... - Page 95
by Fanny Bullock Workman, William Hunter Workman - 1909 - 204 pages
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The Geographical Journal, Volume 31

Electronic journals - 1908
...nights every one felt an irresistible desire to relieve the tension by a descent to a lower level. I have elsewhere, in connection with our highest camp...Lungma region, at 19,358 feet, where five Europeans wore affected in a similar manner during two nighte, suggested the possibility that, in attempts on...
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The Geographical Journal, Volume 31

Electronic journals - 1908
...nights every one felt an irresistible desire to relieve the tension by a descent to a lower level. I have elsewhere, in connection with our highest camp...where camps would have to be made at from 23,000 to over 27,000 feet, insomnia alone might prevent success.* This corroborative experience of nine active...
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