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    • Join Date: Dec 2006
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    He was in a rhythm.

    I am reading a novel, Pelican Brief, written by John Grisham, Will you read the following and let me know what the underlined sentences mean?
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    He fumed over Garcia for thirty minutes, then fell asleep.
    He was in a rhythm and dead to the world.

    I'd appreciated your help! ^^

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    Re: He was in a rhythm.

    Welcome, Brightsun.

    He's asleep, so it refers to the rhythm of his breathing.

    All the best.

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