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A Tale of Two Cities
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  • "I believe," said the spy, dropping his soft voice to a tone that invited confidence, and expressing an injured revolutionary susceptibility in every muscle of his wicked face: "I believe there is much compassion and anger in this neighbourhood, touching the poor fellow?

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  • The company tests new employees for susceptibility to workplace hazards.
  • I don’t drink because members of my family have an increased susceptibility to alcoholism.

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