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  • ...nowhere in all America will you find ... parks and gardens more opulent, than in New Bedford.
  • Until the whale fishery rounded Cape Horn, no commerce but colonial, scarcely any intercourse but colonial, was carried on between Europe and the long line of the opulent Spanish provinces on the Pacific coast.
  • sky; the ship under indolent sail, and gliding so serenely along; as I bathed my hands among those soft, gentle globules of infiltrated tissues, woven almost within the hour; as they richly broke to my fingers, and discharged all their opulence, like fully ripe grapes their wine; as I snuffed up that uncontaminated aroma,—literally and truly, like the smell of spring violets; I declare to you, that for the time I lived as in a musky meadow; I forgot all about our horrible oath;

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  • We were impressed by her opulent home.
  • One sees the root of the French Revolution when looking at the excessive opulence of King Louis XVI’s palace at Versailles.

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