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Dot and carry one #1 (permalink) Sun Mar 19, 2006 23:02 pm   Dot and carry one
 

I'm reading the masterpiece "Treasure Island", and I can't grasp the meaning of the line:

"but I know my pulse went dot and carry one"

please, help
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My pulse went dot and carry one #2 (permalink) Mon Mar 20, 2006 6:55 am   My pulse went dot and carry one
 

Hi Citron, based on the context the phrase occurrs in, it means that he thought his pulse had stoppped.

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