Her eyes drooped and she lost consciousness again.
One thought had been gnawing at her consciousness since the first time she suspected him of being involved in drugs.
He hit her one more time, and she careened against Two, caught between consciousness and darkness.
The world faded into shadow and light then into an uncomfortable darkness, not quite sleep but not consciousness either.
She couldn't argue that point, but Alex might regain consciousness and she wanted to be there if he did.
By morning he still hadn't regained consciousness and they were starting to use the word coma.
Her sense of self-consciousness grew as the physical contact made her appreciative of the size and heat of his body.
The creature's third sip drove her into the darkness between consciousness and sleep.
Caught between consciousness and darkness, she hung limply for a long time, until the man holding her flung her onto a hard floor.
Struggling with consciousness, Jackson first noticed the intense burning in his throat.
He'll be in and out of consciousness during the worst of it.
"Angels have a shared consciousness with all other angels. It's how they pass on memories and human history," Gabe said.
A few had been converted to apartments, but a recent wave of historical consciousness had temporarily halted the decay.
Fading in and out of consciousness, Claire blinked to try to clear her vision.
The last thing she saw before she lost consciousness was a rock ledge coming at her.
She drifted in and out of consciousness – which was probably why she thought she was dreaming when she heard the voice calling her name.
It was one thing to enjoy his company, but something other than companionship was hammering at the doors of her consciousness - something she didn't want to think about, because his job would be done in three more weeks.
Here and there particular curves, for example, had been obliged to yield the secret of their tangent; but the ancient geometers apparently had no consciousness of the general bearings of the methods which they so successfully applied.
Schopenhauer assigns immortality to the universal will to live; and Feuerbach declares spirit, consciousness eternal, but not any individual subject.
That mindset—"Why don't we decide what kind of world we want to live in and then make it?"—permeated our collective consciousness for a long time.
Suddenly I felt a misty consciousness as of something forgotten--a thrill of returning thought; and somehow the mystery of language was revealed to me.
Even the consciousness that it was only a dreadful mistake did not lessen my suffering, and when at last I was allowed to leave the room, I was dazed and did not notice my teacher's caresses, or the tender words of my friends, who said I was a brave little girl and they were proud of me.
He had been instructed only in that innocent and ineffectual way in which the Catholic priests teach the aborigines, by which the pupil is never educated to the degree of consciousness, but only to the degree of trust and reverence, and a child is not made a man, but kept a child.
To a stranger he appeared to know nothing of things in general; yet I sometimes saw in him a man whom I had not seen before, and I did not know whether he was as wise as Shakespeare or as simply ignorant as a child, whether to suspect him of a fine poetic consciousness or of stupidity.
He was tormented by the consciousness of his own weakness.
He had regained consciousness that morning.