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A Tale of Two Cities
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  • The illuminated village had seized hold of the tocsin, and, abolishing the lawful ringer, rang for joy.
  • Impassive faces, yet with a suspended—not an abolished—expression on them; faces, rather, in a fearful pause, as having yet to raise the dropped lids of the eyes, and bear witness with the bloodless lips, "THOU DIDST IT!"
  • It hushed the eloquent, struck down the powerful, abolished the beautiful and good.
  • Suspected and Denounced enemy of the Republic, Aristocrat, one of a family of tyrants, one of a race proscribed, for that they had used their abolished privileges to the infamous oppression of the people.

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  • She is in favor of abolishing the death penalty.
  • The dictator’s first move was to abolish free speech and a free press.

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