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A Tale of Two Cities
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  • Her dinners, of a very modest quality, were so well cooked and so well served, and so neat in their contrivances, half English and half French, that nothing could be better.
  • She might think it was contrived, in case of the worse, to convey to him the means of anticipating the sentence.

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  • The novel has a contrived ending.
  • contrived coyness

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