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He awoke drenched with sweat, and with the feeling someone was watching him. He was right. The man named Stash squatted at the foot of the berth, intently reading the plasticard file stored there. He looked up. “Awake, eh, mate? We’re alone. Th’ others have gone to chow down. Want some help out? ” The flint dark eyes twinkled sardonically. ” He swallowed and weakly lifted his hands. ” Stash moved quickly. “Good enough. ” He thought about it and then, quickly, shook his head. Stash took a ration card from the plasticard envelope, saying, “Then you don’t mind if I help myself.
He’s whispered a little through broken teeth. “Jack Storm. I’m not partnering with Stash. ” The wiry man spit into a corner of the shop bay. ” “He cheats you at cards,” Jack said patiently. “That he does. And he knows I know it. I’d rather play with a known cheat than one that sneaks up on you. ” Boggs eyed Jack with watery hazel eyes. He shrugged. He put the helmet back on a hook and began to unsuit. A sudden familiarity swept him. His eyes blurred. Boggs crossed his arms as he watched Jack brightly.
He’s coming out of it, doctor. ” Voices washed over him fuzzily. “All right then. Watch him. Keep an eye on the monitor. We could still lose this one to de-fib. ” Jack twisted, then relaxed, as a warm sheet covered his body. He began to shiver violently, out of control, his teeth chattering. He still couldn’t get his eyes open, but he clenched his teeth. ” The woman’s low voice soothed him. He felt the weight of another thermal blanket being draped over him. ” “Found you? No, you’ve been right here, berthed with everyone else.
An Introduction to Random Vibration, Spectral and Wavelet Analysis by Newland