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- What is all this but the symptoms of an extreme over- excitation and nervous disorder? - "The Kempton-Wace Letters", Jack London Anna Strunsky.
- He added, with a smile that spoke insult: " It isn't necessary to furnish objects of excitation to Gourrut." - "Atlantida", Pierre Benoit.
- He came back towards the table on unsteady feet, trembling from head to foot in the last excitation of the nerves. - "Arsene Lupin", Edgar Jepson Maurice Leblanc.