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A Tale of Two Cities
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  • The day was very hot, and heaps of flies, who were extending their inquisitive and adventurous perquisitions into all the glutinous little glasses near madame, fell dead at the bottom.
  • "Good night, citizen," said Sydney Carton, pausing in going by; for, the man eyed him inquisitively.
  • "English?" asked Madame Defarge, inquisitively raising her dark eyebrows.
  • He was an inquisitive fellow, and sometimes when she had quite forgotten him in gazing at the prison roof and grates, and in lifting her heart up to her husband, she would come to herself to find him looking at her, with his knee on his bench and his saw stopped in its work.

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  • She is an inquisitive child who always asks questions.
  • police tend to be inquisitive

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