…remarked the cessation of Lothario’s visits, and complained of it to him, saying that if he had known that marriage was to keep him from enjoying his society as he used, he would have never married; and that, if by the thorough harmony that subsisted between them while he was a bachelor they had earned such a sweet name as that of "The Two Friends," he should not allow a title so rare and so delightful to be lost through a needless anxiety to act circumspectly; and so he entreated him,…
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Many people in the world have to subsist on $1 a day.
Mr. Grote has returned from the woods empty-handed for the past three days, and we’re subsisting on eggs and potatoes.