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" ... with frantic efforts to obtain sufficient oxygen to relieve the stifling sensation which threatened to terminate one's existence. During the five nights at our three highest camps no one obtained more than a few snatches of sleep, and four, of whom... "
Peaks and Glaciers of Nun Kun: A Record of Pioneer-exploration and ... - Page 95
by Mrs. Fanny Bullock Workman, William Hunter Workman - 1909
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The Geographical Journal, Volume 31

Electronic journals - 1908
...than a few snatches of sleep, and four, of whom I was one, practically none at all. Those nights are not easily forgotten, when one lay sleepless on the...combined with the lowering of vital energy due to the scarcity of oxygen at these high altitudes. We were conscious of a distinct decline in strength...
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Appalachia, Volume 11

Appalachian Mountains - 1908
...than a few snatches of sleep, and four, of whom I was one, practically none at all. Those nights are not easily forgotten when one lay sleepless on the...combined with the lowering of vital energy due to the scarcity of oxygen at these high altitudes. We were conscious of a distinct decline in strength...
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The Geographical Journal, Volume 31

Electronic journals - 1908
...than a few snatches of sleep, and four, of whom I was one, practically none at all. Those nights are not easily forgotten, when one lay sleepless on the...combined with the lowering of vital energy due to the scarcity of oxygen at these high altitudes. We were conscious of a distinct decline in strength...
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