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    Sit Up From Chair

    How is the bold, italic part here:

    ( online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702304477704579254482254699674 )
    "From an overstuffed chair he would sit up periodically and say that his sons had been framed in the bombings, but then collapse back down, semiconscious. "

    different from this:

    "In an overstuffed chair he would sit up ......"

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    Re: Sit Up From Chair

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