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entails
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Don Quixote
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  • This like some holy relic do I prize To save me from the fate my truth entails, Truth that to thy hard heart its vigour owes.
  • He began to write, but before he had put down all he meant to say, his breath failed him and he yielded up his life, a victim to the suffering which his ill-advised curiosity had entailed upon him.
  • …soon as she perceived that her mistress’s demeanour was not what it was wont to be, had the audacity to introduce her lover into the house, confident that even if her mistress saw him she would not dare to expose him; for the sins of mistresses entail this mischief among others; they make themselves the slaves of their own servants, and are obliged to hide their laxities and depravities; as was the case with Camilla, who though she perceived, not once but many times, that Leonela was…

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  • The job entails long hours and frequent travel.
  • Sitting on the Board entails numerous duties.

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