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Wuthering Heights
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  • I overheard no further distinguishable talk, but, on looking round again, I perceived two such radiant countenances bent over the page of the accepted book, that I did not doubt the treaty had been ratified on both sides; and the enemies were, thenceforth, sworn allies.

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  • The President already signed the treaty, but it won’t take effect unless the Senate ratifies it.
  • It will require a union vote to ratify the labor contract.

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