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    • I sat down on the chair
    • I sat down on the chair
    • and adjusted my position.
    • I sat down on the chair
    • and adjusted my position.
    • The one nearest to me fixed the straps around my arms and legs.
    • I sat down on the chair
    • and adjusted my position.
    • The one nearest to me fixed the straps around my arms and legs.
    • I noticed that his uniform was worn at the elbow.
    • I sat down on the chair
    • and adjusted my position.
    • The one nearest to me fixed the straps around my arms and legs.
    • I noticed that his uniform was worn at the elbow.
    • I tried to move but couldn’t.
    • The doctor gave me a final check.
    • The doctor gave me a final check.
    • I tried to smile, to show that I wasn’t afraid.
    • The doctor gave me a final check.
    • I tried to smile, to show that I wasn’t afraid.
    • “ Don’t worry”, he said, “it’ll be over in no time.”
    • The doctor gave me a final check.
    • I tried to smile, to show that I wasn’t afraid.
    • “ Don’t worry”, he said, “it’ll be over in no time.”
    • I tried to smile again. “Well, it’ll be something to tell my grand-children, “ I said.
    • Someone waved a flag and they all stood back.
    • Someone waved a flag and they all stood back.
    • “ Don’t look down!” one of them cried as I felt the chair jerk.
    • Someone waved a flag and they all stood back.
    • “ Don’t look down!” one of them cried as I felt the chair jerk.
    • Someone waved a flag and they all stood back.
    • “ Don’t look down!” one of them cried as I felt the chair jerk.
    • The pain in my side flared up again.
    • Someone waved a flag and they all stood back.
    • “ Don’t look down!” one of them cried as I felt the chair jerk.
    • The pain in my side flared up again
    • and I closed my eyes as the deck receded below.
    • Someone waved a flag and they all stood back.
    • “ Don’t look down!” one of them cried as I felt the chair jerk.
    • The pain in my side flared up again
    • and I closed my eyes as the deck receded below.