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Wuthering Heights
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  • Mr. Linton has a prejudice against me: we quarrelled at one time of our lives, with unchristian ferocity; and, if you mention coming here to him, he’ll put a veto on your visits altogether.

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  • Congress passed the legislation, but the President vetoed it.
  • The President has promised to veto the legislation if Congress passes it.

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