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indelible
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Don Quixote
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  • The unison of opposites to prove, Of the soft wax and diamond hard am I; But still, obedient to the laws of love, Here, hard or soft, I offer you my breast, Whate’er you grave or stamp thereon shall rest Indelible for all eternity.

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  • an indelible marker
  • an indelible stain

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